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Managing Financial Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Research
|Title||Managing Financial Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Research|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2002|
|Authors||Cohen, Jordan J.|
|Journal||Science and Engineering Ethics|
|Keywords||- , Act , Bayh-Dole , conflicts , Financial , Human , interest , of , patient , PUBLIC , research , safety , Subjects , trust|
The author discusses efforts that are currently being developed in the United States to provide guidance to medical schools and universities to help them strengthen their oversight and management of inancial conflicts of interest in clinical research. In order to keep public trust in clinical research, academic institutions must find more robust ways to ensure that human research subjects be protected from avoidable harm, and that the design, interpretation, and reporting of results be free of bias, including bias that can arise from financial conflicts of interest.
Cover Date: July 2002.Source Info: 8(3), 401-406. Language: English. Journal Announcement: 37-2. Subject: CLINICAL; CONFLICT OF INTEREST; ETHICS; MANAGEMENT; RESEARCH. Update Code: 20090226.