Practitioners Need Corporate Compliance Education: AAO-HNS Survey Results
Shah, Udayan K.
Otolaryngology -- Head and Neck Surgery 2010 February; 142(2): 160-163
The environment in which otolaryngologists coexist with device and drug development has become increasingly complex. There are broad implications for both the academic and the private practitioner, with neither group being more or less insulated than the other. From the medical, ethical, and resource-oriented standpoints, otolaryngologists must consider this evolving area very carefully. A survey of the American Association of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery membership identified areas of education to improve the awareness and knowledge base of these complex considerations. In particular, knowledge of legal proceedings, Food and Drug Administration processes, relevant hospital resources, and conflict of interest considerations were areas in which the membership would benefit from further instruction.
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