January 30, 2020 at 4:02 pm

International Committee Proposes New Conflicts of Interest Disclosures

The International Committe of Medical Journal Editors is recommending new changes to better ensure readers have accurate info regarding authors possible conflicts of interests, reports the New England Journal of Medicine.
“Many stakeholders — editors, peer reviewers, clinicians, educators, policymakers, patients, and the public — rely on the disclosure of authors’ relationships and activities to inform their assessments. Trust in the transparency, consistency, and completeness of these disclosures is essential.”
Read the full article here.