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Category: Scholarly Capacity and Royalties
I have been asked to give a lecture at a conference. May I accept the honorarium that is being offered?
Are faculties required to complete the Annual Disclosure form if nothing was received?
If the faculty member is full-time but uses his/her own vacation time to attend lectures, do they have to report respective honoraria?
Is there a frequency limitation on Scholarly Capacity?
Is NIH-Study Section activity considered Scholarly Capacity?
Are there any guidelines with respect to the appropriate amount of honoraria? Is there a cut-off that we should look to at which point we say "this is inappropriate?"
If a faculty member is part-time and he/she attends lectures, etc. during his off time (non-RBHS time)...would that faculty member be required to report the respective honoraria?
If a faculty member receives royalties currently for a book published while working at another institution does that have to be reported?
Do I have to report compensation from my outside activities on my Scholarly Capacity Annual Disclosure Form?
If you receive your royalty check from a RBHS patent, do you have to include this on your Scholarly Capacity Annual Disclosure form?
If you do not receive the benefit or compensation within the same fiscal year or reporting period, do you report this benefit or compensation on the year/period reporting or the year that it is received?