This selection of AllerGen policy and policy-related documents is presented here for the convenience of Network members, and to illustrate some of AllerGen’s defining values.
Travel Policy & Expense Claim Form
New Network Investigator Policy
This policy defines eligibility and processes for becoming an AllerGen Network Investigator. AllerGen’s mandate is to promote collaborative and networked research that will provide economic and/or social benefits to the Canadian population. All Network Investigators are encouraged to nominate for consideration new Network Investigators to the Research Management Committee in order that the Network thrives, maintaining its innovative nature.
AllerGen Attribution Statements
To facilitate the acknowledgement of AllerGen support, this document provides a selection of standardized phrases of attribution.
AllerGen Code of Conduct
This document outlines AllerGen’s expectations regarding participant behavior at Network-sponsored events, the process for handling conduct-related complaints, and the repercussions for attendees who engage in unacceptable behaviour. The Code applies to all event attendees, including AllerGen Network members, exhibitors, sponsors, speakers, media representatives, volunteers, and AllerGen staff.
AllerGen Way of Working – Values Statement
This document outlines the AllerGen NCE Inc. culture: the norms that define AllerGen’s way of working together and the values that we believe are needed for an organization to be successful.
Standard NCE Network Agreement
This document formalizes the relationship between AllerGen NCE and institutions that become formal members of the AllerGen Network and that hold Network Funds in trust for use by the Network and the Network Investigators in accordance with the Funding Agreement, the terms established by the Network, the policies of the Participating Institutions and the requirements of the NCE Program.