Controlling Conflict of Interest. an Independent Agency to Sponsor the Evaluation of Drugs and Medical Devices Could Reduce the Likelihood of Bias
Friedman, Paul J.
Issues in Science and Technology 1991 Fall; 8(1): 30-32
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Professional Medical Associations and Their Relationships With Industry: A Proposal for Controlling Conflict of Interest Rothman, David J.; McDonald, Walter J.; Berkowitz, Carol D.; Chimonas, Susan C.; DeAngelis, Catherine D.; Hale, Ralph W.; Nissen, Steven E.; Osborn, June E.; Scully, James H., Jr.; Thomson, Gerald E.; Wofsy, David (2009-04-01)Professional medical associations (PMAs) play an essential role in defining and advancing health care standards. Their conferences, continuing medical education courses, practice guidelines, definitions of ethical norms, ...
Friedberg, Mark; Saffran, Bernard; Stinson, Tammy J.; Nelson, Wendy; Bennett, Charles L. (1999-10-20)CONTEXT: Recent studies have found that when investigators have financial relationships with pharmaceutical or product manufacturers, they are less likely to criticize the safety or efficacy of these agents. The effects of ...