The Olivieri Report: The Complete Text of the Report of the Independent Inquiry Commissioned by the Canadian Association of University Teachers

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James Lorimer & Company, 30.10.2001 - 584 Seiten
Key to Abbreviations
A. Overview
B. Lessons To Be Learned
C. Findings
D. Recommendations


Report
1. The Committee of Inquiry
2. Background Information
3. Policy Context
4. The Context of Associat
 

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B Lessons To Be Learned
17
Report
42
The Context of Associations between Apotex
91
Designing and organizing the international trial LA02
119
Identification of the first risk
135
Posttermination events
151
Ongoing legal warnings
173
Identification of the second risk
187
Events at the University of Toronto
239
The Naimark Review Process and Report
281
The Medical Advisory Committee Proceedings
329
The MAC allegations in regard to liver biopsies
373
The central role of Dr Koren in the L1 controversy
393
Involvement of the CAUT and the UTFA
413
The Involvement of Government Regulatory Agencies
433
NOTES
453

Events at the Hospital from June 1997 to August 1998
211
Removal of Dr Olivieri as Program Director
225
APPENDICES
497
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Über den Autor (2001)

JON THOMPSON is a professor emeritus in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of New Brunswick. He is a former chair of the department and a former president of the faculty union at UNB. He chaired the Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee of the Canadian Association of University Teachers during 1985-1988 and received the James B. Milner Award for contributions to academic freedom in 1993. He chaired the independent committee of inquiry commissioned by CAUT into the dispute involving Dr. Nancy Olivieri, the University of Toronto, the Hospital for Sick Children and Apotex Inc. (1999 2001). He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Harry Crowe Foundation.

PATRICIA BAIRD holds the position of University Distinguished Professor at the University of British Columbia and is a member of UBC's Department of Medical Genetics.

JOCELYN DOWNIE is an Associate Professor in the Faculties of Law and Medicine at Dalhousie University.

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