Conflict of Interest (COI) in Research Settings
Human Research Report 2002 September; 17(9): 10
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Key Personnel and "Long Distance" Settings: Determining Who Must Report Financial Conflict of Interest Lynch, John; Lindsell, Christopher J (2010-07)Conflicts of interest (COIs) can impact the integrity of scientific research. While public imagination has focused on scientists, regulatory discourse recognizes a broader range of individuals who might have financial COIs. ...
Oversight of Financial Conflicts of Interest in Commercially Sponsored Research in Academic and Nonacademic Settings Weinfurt, Kevin P; Hall, Mark A; Hardy, N Chantelle; Friedman, Joëlle Y; Schulman, Kevin A; Sugarman, Jeremy (2010-05)Studies of conflicts of interest in clinical research have focused on academic centers, but most clinical research takes place in nonacademic settings.
Disclosing Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Research: Views on Institutional Review Boards, Conflict of Interest Commmittees, and Investigators Weinfurt, Kevin P.; Friedman, Joëlle Y.; Dinan, Michaela A.; Allsbrook, Jennifer S.; Hall, Mark A.; Dhillon, Jatinder K.; Sugarman, Jeremy (2006-09)Strategies for disclosing investigators' financial interests to potential research participants have been adopted by many research institutions. However, little is known about how decisions are made regarding disclosures ...