Fraud and Misconduct. in Biomedical Research. 3rd Edition

  • ID: 2221617
  • Book
  • 268 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The definitive and only book in the world which deals exclusively with clinical research misconduct, recognising that – although it is not rife – its occurance at all requires recognition and action.
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Overview.

Research Misconduct 1974 – 1990.

Research Misconduct: an editor′s view.

The role of Research Ethics Committes.

A pharmaceutical company′s approach to the threat of research fraud.

The role of the FDA, NIH and other bodies in the USA.

Paycheques on a Saturday night: The changing politics of research integrity in the United States.

Philosophy.

The Statistician.

Whistleblower.

The Investigator.

Expriences of Fraud and Misconduct:.

Norway.

Finland.

Denmark.

France.

Dealing with misconduct in Science: German efforts.

The British pharmaceutical Industry′s response.

Prevention

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Stephen Lock
Frank Wells
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