AMSA Pharm-free Scorecard 2010
B University of Hawai'i John A Burns School of Medicine
City: Honolulu State: HI

University of Hawai'i John A Burns School of Medicine has a mixed policy. Strong points include prohibition of Speakers Bureaus and renumeration of off-site events."Discouraged" gifting is not a strong enough language to place substantial limits on gifting (similar language is used with Samples). This is similar to not placing frequency limits on $25 gifts. No policy on Consulting, Oversight or Curriculum were provided.



This institution did not submit any new or additional policies for the 2012-13 AMSA PharmFree Scorecard. This institution's evaluation was last updated: 01/07/2011

Gifts & Meals 1 Acceptance of gifts and meals is discouraged. Though the policy states gifts exceeding $25 in value are not acceptable it does nto contain language on frequency of gifts.
Consulting relationships 1 Consulting relationships which result in payment of more than 1%of university wages must be disclosed, but are not required to be described in a formal contract,
Industry-funded speaking relationships 3 Participation in speakers bureaus is not permitted. With regard to educational speaking engagements lecturers required to have control over content.
Disclosure 2 Regular, timely disclosure of all renumerations received for all outside activities is required for all employees including supervisory personnel.
Pharmaceutical samples 1 Though the institution has clearly identified the effect of provision of drug samples on patient care, drug samples are 'discouraged' which does not provide substantial limit on the use of drugs as a marketing tool.
Purchasing & Formularies 3 Individuals involved in institutional procurement decisions are required to disclose financial COI to committee members and recuse themselves from decision making.
Industry Sales Representatives 2 Industry reps are not permitted in clinical settings of the AMC. Any access to the premises for in-service training is by appointment only.
On-campus Education 2 Academic events supported in part or fully by industry must be in accordance with ACCME standards.
Attendance at Industry-Sponsored Lectures & Meetings Off-Campus 3 Gifts or compensation for attending an event are not permitted. Support for participating in an off-site event is provided to the school or department which is responsible for the selection of the recipients.
Industry Support for Scholarships & Funds for Trainees 3 The AMC determines the recipient of the academic support.
Medical school curriculum 1 No curriculum provided.
Do the policies specify an oversight mechanism? No No policy available.
Are there explicit sanctions for noncompliance? Yes Sanctions are outlined.
What the results mean...
3Model policy
2Good progress toward model policy
1No policy, or policy unlikely to have a substantial effect on behavior
0Did not report
N/APolicy not relevant to this institution (e.g., does not make purchasing decisions)