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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Fraud and Misconduct in Medical Research

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ISBN13: 9780727907578
ISBN: 0727907573
Published: January 1993
Publisher: BMJ Publishing Group
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

A review of fraud in medical research in Britain, Europe, the USA and Australia. It includes a history of known cases of fraud since 1974 and discusses ways for detecting and dealing with fraud that have been devised by government agencies, pharmaceutical companies, academic institutions and scientific publications (especially medical journals).

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Research misconduct - a resume of recent events; a pharmaceutical company's approach to the threat of research fraud; fraud in general practice research - intention to cheat; the pharmaceutical industry and contract research organizations; statistical aspects of the detection of fraud; the British pharmaceutical industry's response; investigating, reporting and pursuing fraud in clinical research - legal aspects and options in England and Wales; fraud in clinical research from sample preparation to publication - the French scene; fraud in medical research - the Danish scene; data audits in investigational drug trials and their implications for detection of misconduct in science; Baron Munchausen at the lab bench?; fraud and the editor; a head of department's view; appendices; index.