Ethical Issues in Biomedical Publication
Anne Hudson Jones, Faith McLellan
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000 - Medical - 374 pages
As research funding has become scarcer and competition fiercer, with links between scientific discovery and commercial applications increasingly tighter and more lucrative, allegations of misconduct have also increased. Universities and research institutions, notably the NIH, have created offices of scientific integrity and mandated educational programmes to investigate such allegations and to train researchers in the highest standards of sound, ethical scientific research.
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