U.S. medical schools have made significant progress to strengthen their management of clinical conflicts of interest (CCOI), but a new IMAP study demonstrates that most schools still lag behind national standards.
IMAP's Conflict of Interest Policy Database is a regularly-updated listing of clinical conflict of interest policies at US-based Academic Medical Centers
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In a new study published in JAMA, Sheila M. Rothman, Ph.D., and colleagues analyze publicly available grant databases from pharmaceutical and medical device companies and MCC privacy policies and reveal a need for transparency in how MCCs share and protect personal data from physicians.
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