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by Patrica M. Tereskerz

Download Riding the Green Wave: Financial Conflicts of Interest in Industry-Sponsored Clinical Research eBook
ISBN:
1555720846
Author:
Patrica M. Tereskerz
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
University Publishing Group; 1st edition (June 15, 2007)
Pages:
240 pages
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Yet, the financial resources of industry are needed to continue technology transfer from the bench to the bedside.

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Yet, the financial resources of industry are needed to continue technology transfer from the bench to the bedside. Policy makers and government regulators are currently struggling to determine how to best manage financial conflicts of interest that emerge from these liaisons.

Conflicts of interest (COIs) often arise in academic publishing. Such conflicts may cause wrongdoing and make it more likely. Ethical standards in academic publishing exist to avoid and deal with conflicts of interest, and the field continues to develop new standards. Standards vary between journals and are unevenly applied.

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There is no place where the collapse of the wall between academia and industry is more notable than in the area of biomedical research. Because industry plays such a prominent role in funding research, and has the potential to greatly impact research integrity, the financial conflicts of interest that are associated with industry are the focus of this book. Riding the Green Wave will assist clinical investigators, members of institutional review boards, health administrators, and attorneys practicing in this area.