Deep Brain Stimulation and the Neuroethics of Responsible Publishing: When One Is Not Enough
Schlaepfer, Thomas E.
Fins, Joseph J.
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association 2010 February 24; 303(8): 775-776
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Ethical Guidance for the Management of Conflicts of Interest for Researchers, Engineers and Clinicians Engaged in the Development of Therapeutic Deep Brain Stimulation Fins, Joseph J; Schlaepfer, Thomas E; Nuttin, Bart; Kubu, Cynthia S; Galert, Thorsten; Sturm, Volker; Merkel, Reinhard; Mayberg, Helen S (2011-06)The clinical promise of deep brain stimulation (DBS) for neuropsychiatric conditions is coupled with the potential for ethical conflicts of interest because the work is so heavily reliant upon collaborations between academia, ...
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