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Faculty (Institute/School) Governance Functions

Description
Summary of the core governance functions for Faculties (Institutes/Schools) in the broad areas of teaching and learning.

Freedom of Information Policy

Description
Actions and responsibilities undertaken to meet the university's obligations under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Gender Equality Scheme 2010-2012

Description
Strategy to promote diversity and equality of opportunity with regard to gender; support the university's commitment to targeting gender discrimination and to identify and remove any barriers to progress.

Health and Safety Policy Statement

Description
Statement of general policy, responsibilities and arrangements in respect of health and safety protection. Policy applies to the health and safety of staff, students, visitors and members of the public using university premises and facilities.

Health and Safety Strategy 2015-2018

Description
Strategic framework for the management of health and safety at King's College London.

Health Faculties' Strategy 2016-2021

Description
Five year ambition for King's Health Faculties' (Dental Institute; Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine; Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery; Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience) for 2016-2021.

Human Tissue Act, Adverse Event and Incident Reporting

Description
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the process of identifying, reporting and taking action on adverse events and incidents associated with the acquisition, storage, use and disposal of human tissues for research purposes.

Human Tissue Act, Compliance Audit for the Research, Anatomical Examination and Public Display Sectors

Description
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for audit arrangements to monitor compliance with the Human Tissue Act 2004.

Human Tissue Act, Consent for Removal, Storage and Use of Relevant Material

Description
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for providing information and seeking consent from participants of research studies where tissues or cells are to be procured (as defined by the Human Tissue Act 2004).

Human Tissue Act, Creation, Retention and Destruction of Research Records

Description
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for creation, retention and disposal of research documents associated with collection of Human Tissue Act relevant material.
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