Authorship Under Review
Bird, Stephanie J.
Science and Engineering Ethics 1997 July; 3(3): 235-236
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Ngai, Stephanie; Gold, Jennifer L.; Gill, Sudeep S.; Rochon, Paula A. (2005-04)Ghost authorship occurs when an individual who contributed substantially to a manuscript is not named in the byline or acknowledgments. Ghost authors may be employed by industry to prepare clinical trial results for ...
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The Financing of Drug Trials by Pharmaceutical Companies and Its Consequences: Part 2: A Qualitative, Systematic Review of the Literature on Possible Influences on Authorship, Access to Trial Data, and Trial Registration and Publication Schott, Gisela; Pachl, Henry; Limbach, Ulrich; Gundert-Remy, Ursula; Lieb, Klaus; Ludwig, Wolf-Dieter (2010-04)In recent years, a number of studies have shown that clinical drug trials financed by pharmaceutical companies yield favorable results for company products more often than independent trials do. Moreover, pharmaceutical ...