Mistakes and Fraud in Medical Research
Friedman, Paul J.
Law, Medicine and Health Care. 1992 Spring-Summer; 20(1-2): 17-25.
Violations of the ethical canons of research have been reported with increasing frequency in recent years. Nowhere have the reported incidents been so numerous or so troubling or attracted as much Congressional attention as in biomedical research. Research ethics, once "something everyone agrees about," has become the subject of disagreement now that issues of culpability and enforcement are demanding attention. How to distinguish mistakes from fraud has stopped being theoretically obvious and has become a practical problem....
Biomedical Research; Competence; Conflict of Interest; Culpability; Deception; Education; Ethics; Federal Government; Fraud; Government; Government Regulation; Investigators; Misconduct; Motivation; Medical Research; Peer Review; Professional Competence; Professional Ethics; Regulation; Research; Research Ethics; Review; Science; Scientific Misconduct; Self Regulation; Standards; Statistics; Terminology;
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