Honoraria Policy

Individuals who agree to participate as faculty in educational programs sponsored by the University of Cincinnati Office of Continuing Medical Education may be compensated for their time and may also receive reimbursement for travel and other out-of-pocket expenses.  It is the responsibility of the Office of Continuing Medical Education, in consultation with course/activity directors, to set and approve honoraria for all faculty participating in continuing medical education (CME) activities sponsored by the University of Cincinnati.

It is the policy of the CME Office to provide reasonable honoraria to non-UC College of Medicine faculty and staff.  Faculty and staff of the UC College of Medicine may also receive honoraria if participation in a UC CME activity is beyond the regular and expected responsibilities of their employment with the university.  A reasonable honorarium will be considered to generally be between $1,000 and $2,500 for a one-day CME activity.  Honoraria for expanded teaching responsibilities over a multi-day program may be higher and should be commensurate with the time and effort required for the program.  In exceptional cases, the honoraria may significantly exceed the usual honoraria range.  In these situations the proposed honorarium must be reviewed and approved by the Assistant Dean for Continuing Medical Education

All honoraria will be paid by the University of Cincinnati or an educational partner expressly authorized by the UC Office of Continuing Medical Education.  Under no circumstances can honoraria be paid to speakers/faculty by commercial supporters.  No other payment shall be given to faculty or authors beyond the approved honoraria and reimbursement of travel and out-of-pocket expenses.

Approved by the Continuing Medical Education Advisory Committee on June 3, 2005.
Individuals who agree to participate as faculty in educational programs sponsored by the University of Cincinnati Office of Continuing Medical Education may be compensated for their time and may also receive reimbursement for travel and other out-of-pocket expenses.  It is the responsibility of the Office of Continuing Medical Education, in consultation with course/activity directors, to set and approve honoraria for all faculty participating in continuing medical education (CME) activities sponsored by the University of Cincinnati.

It is the policy of the CME Office to provide reasonable honoraria to non-UC College of Medicine faculty and staff.  Faculty and staff of the UC College of Medicine may also receive honoraria if participation in a UC CME activity is beyond the regular and expected responsibilities of their employment with the university.  A reasonable honorarium will be considered to generally be between $1,000 and $2,500 for a one-day CME activity.  Honoraria for expanded teaching responsibilities over a multi-day program may be higher and should be Individuals who agree to participate as faculty in educational programs sponsored by the University of Cincinnati Office of Continuing Medical Education may be compensated for their time and may also receive reimbursement for travel and other out-of-pocket expenses.  It is the responsibility of the Office of Continuing Medical Education, in consultation with course/activity directors, to set and approve honoraria for all faculty participating in continuing medical education (CME) activities sponsored by the University of Cincinnati.

It is the policy of the CME Office to provide reasonable honoraria to non-UC College of Medicine faculty and staff.  Faculty and staff of the UC College of Medicine may also receive honoraria if participation in a UC CME activity is beyond the regular and expected responsibilities of their employment with the university.  A reasonable honorarium will be considered to generally be between $1,000 and $2,500 for a one-day CME activity.  Honoraria for expanded teaching responsibilities over a multi-day program may be higher and should be commensurate with the time and effort required for the program.  In exceptional cases, the honoraria may significantly exceed the usual honoraria range.  In these situations the proposed honorarium must be reviewed and approved by the Assistant Dean for Continuing Medical Education

All honoraria will be paid by the University of Cincinnati or an educational partner expressly authorized by the UC Office of Continuing Medical Education.  Under no circumstances can honoraria be paid to speakers/faculty by commercial supporters.  No other payment shall be given to faculty or authors beyond the approved honoraria and reimbursement of travel and out-of-pocket expenses.

Approved by the Continuing Medical Education Advisory Committee on June 3, 2005.
commensurate with the time and effort required for the program.

In exceptional cases, the honoraria may significantly exceed the usual honoraria range.In these situations the proposed honorarium must be reviewed and approved by the Assistant Dean for Continuing Medical Education
All honoraria will be paid by the University of Cincinnati or an educational partner expressly authorized by the UC Office of Continuing Medical Education.  Under no circumstances can honoraria be paid to speakers/faculty by commercial supporters.  No other payment shall be given to faculty or authors beyond the approved honoraria and reimbursement of travel and out-of-pocket expenses.

Approved by the Continuing Medical Education Advisory Committee on June 3, 2005.

Individuals who agree to participate as faculty in educational programs sponsored by the University of Cincinnati Office of Continuing Medical Education may be compensated for their time and may also receive reimbursement for travel and other out-of-pocket expenses.  It is the responsibility of the Office of Continuing Medical Education, in consultation with course/activity directors, to set and approve honoraria for all faculty participating in continuing medical education (CME) activities sponsored by the University of Cincinnati.

It is the policy of the CME Office to provide reasonable honoraria to non-UC College of Medicine faculty and staff.  Faculty and staff of the UC College of Medicine may also receive honoraria if participation in a UC CME activity is beyond the regular and expected responsibilities of their employment with the university.  A reasonable honorarium will be considered to generally be between $1,000 and $2,500 for a one-day CME activity.  Honoraria for expanded teaching responsibilities over a multi-day program may be higher and should be commensurate with the time and effort required for the program.  In exceptional cases, the honoraria may significantly exceed the usual honoraria range.  In these situations the proposed honorarium must be reviewed and approved by the Assistant Dean for Continuing Medical Education

All honoraria will be paid by the University of Cincinnati or an educational partner expressly authorized by the UC Office of Continuing Medical Education.  Under no circumstances can honoraria be paid to speakers/faculty by commercial supporters.  No other payment shall be given to faculty or authors beyond the approved honoraria and reimbursement of travel and out-of-pocket expenses.

Approved by the Continuing Medical Education Advisory Committee on June 3, 2005.

Individuals who agree to participate as faculty in educational programs sponsored by the University of Cincinnati Office of Continuing Medical Education may be compensated for their time and may also receive reimbursement for travel and other out-of-pocket expenses. It is the responsibility of the Office of Continuing Medical Education, in consultation with course/activity directors, to set and approve honoraria for all faculty participating in continuing medical education (CME) activities sponsored by the University of Cincinnati.
It is the policy of the CME Office to provide reasonable honoraria to non-UC College of Medicine faculty and staff. Faculty and staff of the UC College of Medicine may also receive honoraria if participation in a UC CME activity is beyond the regular and expected responsibilities of their employment with the university. A reasonable honorarium will be considered to generally be between $1,000 and $2,500 for a one-day CME activity. Honoraria for expanded teaching responsibilities over a multi-day program may be higher and should be
Individuals who agree to participate as faculty in educational programs sponsored by the University of Cincinnati Office of Continuing Medical Education may be compensated for their time and may also receive reimbursement for travel and other out-of-pocket expenses.  It is the responsibility of the Office of Continuing Medical Education, in consultation with course/activity directors, to set and approve honoraria for all faculty participating in continuing medical education (CME) activities sponsored by the University of Cincinnati.

It is the policy of the CME Office to provide reasonable honoraria to non-UC College of Medicine faculty and staff.  Faculty and staff of the UC College of Medicine may also receive honoraria if participation in a UC CME activity is beyond the regular and expected responsibilities of their employment with the university.  A reasonable honorarium will be considered to generally be between $1,000 and $2,500 for a one-day CME activity.  Honoraria for expanded teaching responsibilities over a multi-day program may be higher and should be commensurate with the time and effort required for the program.  In exceptional cases, the honoraria may significantly exceed the usual honoraria range.  In these situations the proposed honorarium must be reviewed and approved by the Assistant Dean for Continuing Medical Education

All honoraria will be paid by the University of Cincinnati or an educational partner expressly authorized by the UC Office of Continuing Medical Education.  Under no circumstances can honoraria be paid to speakers/faculty by commercial supporters.  No other payment shall be given to faculty or authors beyond the approved honoraria and reimbursement of travel and out-of-pocket expenses.

Approved by the Continuing Medical Education Advisory Committee on June 3, 2005.
commensurate with the time and effort required for the program. In exceptional cases, the honoraria may significantly exceed the usual honoraria range. In these situations the proposed honorarium must be reviewed and approved by the Assistant Dean for Continuing Medical Education

All honoraria will be paid by the University of Cincinnati or an educational partner expressly authorized by the UC Office of Continuing Medical Education. Under no circumstances can honoraria be paid to speakers/faculty by commercial supporters. No other payment shall be given to faculty or authors beyond the approved honoraria and reimbursement of travel and out-of-pocket expenses.

Approved by the Continuing Medical Education Advisory Committee on June 3, 2005.