Conflict of Interest
Conflict of Interest Disclosure Statement
The Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society (JGES) is providing the Guidelines Regarding Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Research for the appropriate management of conflicts of interest (COI) resulting from involvement in collaborations between industry and academia in clinical research since January 2011.
Thus, anyone who plans to present at the 97th Congress of the Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society is requested to comply with the Guidelines and their Detailed Regulations.
*Conflict of interest (COI) occurs when a member is potentially torn between two conflicting interests, as a consequence of medical research activities promoted by the society, one for common goods which shall be returned to the society and the other private profits resulting from cooperative collaborations with the industry.
Guidelines and detailed regulations regarding conflicts of interest in medical research
|Types of interest||Descriptions||Criteria of disclosure|
|Roles of executives/advisors||Annual executive compensation from one company or association||More than one million yen per year|
|Stock||Annual stock-related profit (total dividend and profit-on-sale) from one company or share holding ratio in one company||More than one million yen or 5% per year|
|Patent royalty||Annual amount paid per year as a royalty for one patent||More than one million yen per year|
|Speaking fees||Total annual amount paid by one company or association as a daily allowance or speaking fee to compensate the researcher for his/her time and effort related to the attendance (presentation) at a meeting||More than half a million yen per year|
|Manuscript fee||Total annual amount paid from one company or association for writing promotional material (brochures)||More than half a million yen per year|
|Research funding (clinical trial, sponsored or funded research, colla-borative research)||Total annual amount paid for research (clinical trial, sponsored or funded research, collaborative research) provided by one company or association||More than one million yen per year|
|Donations towards scholarships||Total annual amount of contributions towards scholarships provided by one company or association||More than one million yen per year|
|Donation for setting up a study group||The researcher belongs to a study group sponsored by any company or association||name of the study group|
|Total annual amount paid by one company or association for anything unrelated to research, education, or medical practice||Total annual amount paid from one company or association for anything unrelated to research, education, or medical practice||More than fifty thousand yen per year|
Conflict of Interest (COI) Disclosure
The lead presenter is requested at the time of registration of titles to disclose any COI with companies and associations related to the presentation/lecture scheduled.
Please disclose the names of companies and associations using the form below if there is any COI. Note, however, that the disclosure requested is limited to the monetary arrangement between the companies/associations and the lead presenter in connection with the presentation/lecture in question.
Please disclose any COI during the past 36 months at the time of registration of titles. The COI disclosure form is kept on file for 2 years after the presentation/lecture in question.
When you will submitting the abstract, please check the conflict of interest on the registration page (Required).
If you select "yes", you will be self-reported as a conflict of interest (COI) with input to the filing section of the registration page.
Please submit in the following way when you are forced to submit with the declaration documents.
Registration COI disclosure form
Disclosure form for lead presenter
COI disclosure form
Slide for lecture / Oral presentation
[Form1-A] There is COI to disclose.
[Form1-B] There is no COI to disclose.
Slide for poster presentation
[Form1-C] There is COI / no COI to disclose.