The Ethics and Governance Committee ensures that all OARSI activities meet the highest ethical standards of the Society. The Committee reviews disclosures from the board, board nominees, committee and initiative participants and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors and enforces the OARSI Code of Ethics. The Ethics and Governance Committee will also be responsible for reviewing OARSI’s governance policies (bylaws, committee mandates) and making recommendations to the Board of Directors.
Rik Lories, MD, PhD
KULeuven-SBE Research Center
Martin van der Esch, PhD
Reade, Centre Of Rehabilitation and Rheumatology
University of Minnesota