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Journal of Medical Ethics back issues
Institutional ethics review of clinical study agreements.(The Olivieri Symposium)
February 1, 2004... Increasingly, clinical research is funded, of jointly funded, under contract with outside sponsors such as pharmaceutical of biotechnology companies, other agencies, or government. (1) The provisions of such contracts, sometimes referred to as clinical study agreements (CSAs), can have...
Better governance in academic health sciences centres: moving beyond the Olivieri/Apotex affair in Toronto.(The Olivieri Symposium)
February 1, 2004... AS this symposium illustrates, the Olivieri/Apotex affair (OAA) has afforded continuing opportunities for commentary. Reportage and analysis to date have been interspersed with fingerpointing to "name, blame, and shame" individuals. By analogy with the patient safety and medical quality...
Biomedical conflicts of interest: a defence of the sequestration thesis--learning from the cases of Nancy Olivieri and David Healy.(The Olivieri Symposium)
February 1, 2004... The leading individual roles in this diptych are taken by two internationally eminent medical researchers, haematologist Nancy Olivieri and psychiatrist David Healy. The institutional players include one research intensive university (the University of Toronto) and two affiliated research...
Improved procedures may improve informed consent for neonatal research.(Echo)(Brief Article)
February 1, 2004... Obtaining truly informed consent for neonatal research under difficult circumstances may be more achievable with new approaches. These originate from discussions of European neonatologists, ethicists, sociologists, and legal experts--all participants in the Euricon trial. Urgent of...
Introduction to the Olivieri symposium.(Introduction)(Editorial)
February 1, 2004... In failing... [her] when she needed them most, it is now clear that some members of the University's Faculty of Medicine heard her muffled cries of academic freedom from the back room, yet their response was to serve another round of drinks and turn the music up louder. With the bombshell...