Conflict of interest and its significance in science and medicine: A view from eastern Europe

Science and Engineering Ethics 7 (3):307-312 (2001)
Abstract
Continued scientific and medical progress in Central and Eastern Europe depends on the development of an atmosphere that is conducive to implementing the changes that are necessary to bring better health and longer lives for everyone. Privatization and commercialization are threatening the objectivity of clinical research and the availability of health care because uncontrolled market mechanisms focused on profit are nurturing conflict of interest that generate bias and unreliability into research and medicine. Changes are needed that address the following: – The amount of public support for basic and clinical research and health care, – standards for the conduct of clinical trials and delivery of health care, – administrative procedures for responding to the conflict of interest problem
Keywords health care  clinical research  conflict of interest  privatization  Eastern Europe
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DOI 10.1007/s11948-001-0055-1
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