Registers of Declarations of Interest, Sponsorship and Gifts and Hospitality
Declarations of Conflicts of Interest
CCGs are required to make arrangements to manage conflicts of interest and potential conflicts of interest to ensure they do not affect, or appear to affect, the integrity of the CCG’s decision-making processes. A full description of how this is managed is available in the CCG's Conflicts of Interest Policy which is available on the CCG website here.
The CCG's lay member and Chair of the Audit and Governance Committee has been assigned the position of Conflicts of Interest Guardian. This role will provide advice on professionals who have concerns with regards to conflicts of interest, provide independent advice on minimising the risks of conflicts of interest, be a safe point of contact for employees or workers of the CCG to raise any concerns in relation to this policy and to support the application of the conflicts of interest policy.
Gifts and Hospitality
The CCG maintains a list of gifts and hospitality offered to staff at the CCG and a record of when these have been accepted. Further information how this is managed is available in the CCG's Conflicts of Interest Policy which is available on the CCG website here.
The CCG maintains a list of Sponsorship it has received. All sponsorship is received and managed in line with the CCG's Policy and Guidance for Joint Working and Commercial Sponsorship with the Pharmaceutical Industry