Statement on Disclosure

AASLD is an accredited provider of continuing medical education and adheres to the policies and standards set forth by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). As such, all faculty members (including Program Planners, Program Chairs, Moderators, Panelists, and Presenters) and abstract authors are expected to fully disclose all financial relationships with commercial interests during the past 12 months. A commercial interest is defined as "any entity developing, producing, marketing, re-selling or distributing healthcare goods or services consumed by or used on patients."

To ensure compliance, AASLD expects that all program content and related materials will promote improvements or quality in health care and not a specific proprietary business interest or commercial bias.

AASLD staff and program committees reserve the right to change an abstract if the use of a trade name may be mistaken for commercial propaganda and may replace proprietary names with generic names. Logos promoting a commercial interest will be removed from any and all slides before the presentation.

Faculty and Abstract Author Disclosures from The Liver Meeting Digital Experience™ will be made available to attendees prior to the event.

  • COI Review, Management and Resolution
  • CME Content Validation
  • Off-Label / Investigational Use Policy
  • Glossary of Terms

AASLD, in collaboration with The Liver Meeting Digital Experience™ Program Chairs and Planning Committees will review all faculty and abstract presenter disclosures prior to the meeting. Any potential conflicts of interest (COI) will be managed via the following:

  • COI Policy Reminder of AASLD’s Disclosure Policies.
  • Session Audit of any presentations flagged during review for any potential Conflicts of Interest.

All faculty member disclosures will be made available to attendees in advance of the meeting in a variety of ways including but not limited to the TLMdX Online Planner, the Event Platform and will also be included as the first slide of each presenters presentation.