Fraud and Misconduct in Biomedical Research, 4th edition

Fraud and Misconduct in Biomedical Research, 4th edition

by Frank Wells, Michael Farthing

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Overview

Now in its fourth edition, Fraud and Misconduct in Biomedical Research boasts an impressive list of contributors from around the globe and introduces a new focus for the book, transforming it from a series of monographs into a publication that will quickly become an essential textbook on all areas of research fraud and misconduct.Key features inclu

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780429533518
Publisher: CRC Press
Publication date: 03/14/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 312
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Frank Wells FRCP FRCPE FFPM
Retired Pharmaceutical Physician, Ipswich, UK

Michael JG Farthing DSc(Med) MD FRCP FMedSci
Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Medicine, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK

Table of Contents

Contributors Preface SECTION 1: SETTING THE SCENE 1. The concept of scientific dishonesty: Ethics, value systems, and research - Povl Riis 2. Ethical issues in the publication process - Richard Smith 3. What is research misconduct? - Drummond Rennie and C Kristina Gunsalus SECTION 2: THE HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF RESEARCH MISCONDUCT 4. An interpretive history of research misconduct policy in the USA and Canada - Nicholas H Steneck 5. Historical aspects of research misconduct: Europe - Frank Wells SECTION 3: THE PREVENTION OF RESEARCH MISCONDUCT 6. The promotion of good publication practice - Elizabeth Wager 7. Monitoring medical research: Better to prevent than to cure? - Helena van den Dungen 8. The role of research ethics committees - John Saunders SECTION 4: APPROACHES TO THE DETECTION OF RESEARCH MISCONDUCT 9. The role of the whistleblower - Sabine Kleinert 10. The role of the peer review process - Ana Marusic 11. Can statistical analysis reveal research misconduct? - Stephen Evans 12. The role of electronic tracking in monitoring data output in clinical trials - Erick Gaussens, Pierre-Henri Bertoye, and Jean-Marc Husson 13. The role of monitoring of research for compliance and detecting misconduct - Michael R Hamrell 14. The role of routine enhanced audit - Nicky Dodsworth SECTION 5: INVESTIGATION OF RESEARCH MISCONDUCT 15. Handling whistleblowers: Bane and boon - C Kristina Gunsalus and Drummond Rennie 16. Conduct of an inquiry into alleged misconduct - Jane Barrett SECTION 6: THE WAY FORWARD 17. The role of national advisory bodies - Michael Farthing Index

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