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COI Toolkit
 

Recommendations, tools, and resources for the conduct and management of financial relationships between academia and industry in biomedical research

 

 

Selected Resources on the Web

 

The following links are provided as additional reading and resource material. If you have something that you would like to include, please contact us.


Federal Government

Regulations and Policies

Public Health Service regulation, 42 CFR Part 50, Subpart F - Responsibility of Applicants for Promoting Objectivity in Research for Which PHS Funding is Sought

National Science Foundation, Grant Policy Manual, Chapter V - Grantee Standards, 510 - Conflict of Interest Policies

Food and Drug Administration, 21 CFR 54, Financial Disclosures by Clinical Investigators

Guidance, Reports, and Other Information

Department of Health and Human Services, Guidance Document, Financial Relationships and Interests in Research Involving Human Subjects: Guidance for Human Subject Protection (PDF)

NIH, Financial Conflicts of Interest and Research Objectivity:  Issues for Investigators and Institutional Review Boards, 2000


Research Business Models Subcommittee/National Science and Technology Council, Project Description - Improve consistency of Federal-wide policies for Research Conflict of Interest, Working Group on Stewardship and Accountability

Office of Research Integrity, RCR Resources - Conflict of interest

Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, National Institutes of Health: Conflicts of Interest in Extramural Research, 2008 (PDF)

NIH, Targeted Site Reviews on Financial Conflict of Interest: Observations, 2007 (Word document)


PowerPoint Presentations

 

About the FASEB Project

Leo T. Furcht, Presentation for the Institute of Medicine Committee on Conflict of Interest in Medical Research, Education, and Practice, May 22, 2008 (PPT)

Leo T. Furcht, Presentation for the Institute of Medicine Committee on Conflict of Interest in Medical Research, Education, and Practice, March 13, 2008 (PPT): About the FASEB project

Presentation summarizing Toolkit information for investigators (PPT)

Laura M. Brockway, Presentation for Society for Scholarly Publishers meeting, November 13, 2006 (PPT): About financial COI in scientific publishing and the FASEB recommendations

Laura M. Brockway, Presentation for Drug Forum/Institute of Medicine meeting, October 16, 2007 (PDF): About the FASEB COI project

Laura M. Brockway, Presentation for Federal Demonstration Partnership meeting, September 11, 2007 (PDF): About the FASEB COI project

Leo T. Furcht, Presentation for Council on Governmental Relations Board Meeting, February 22, 2007 (PPT): About the FASEB COI project

Leo T. Furcht, Presentation for Columbia University, 2006 (PPT)

 

FASEB Call to Action Meeting

Eric G. Campbell, Partnerships in Science: Academic-Industry Relationships, July 17, 2007 (PPT)

Leo T. Furcht, Call to Action: Managing Financial Relationships Between Academia and Industry in Biomedical Research, July 17, 2007 (PDF)

Norka Ruiz Bravo, Ensuring Objectivity in Research, July 17, 2007 (PPT)

Susan Ehringhaus, AAMC Focus on Conflicts of Interest: Four Areas of Emphasis, July 17, 2007 (PPT)

Other

Josephine Johnston, Financial Conflicts of Interest in Biomedical Research: Project Findings (PPT): Report on Hastings Center project

 

Statements from Associations

Institutions

Association of American Medical Colleges, Report of the AAMC Task Force on Industry Funding of Medical Education to the AAMC Executive Council (PDF)

Association of American Medical Colleges, Financial Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Research website:  Contains  several AAMC reports, a survey of COI policies of medical schools, and a summary of a symposium on the scientific basis of influence and reciprocity

Association of American Universities, Report on Individual and Institutional Financial Conflict of Interest (PDF)

American Council on Education, Working Paper on Conflict of Interest, 2008 (PDF)

Council on Governmental Relations, Publications on COI: Includes a document on developing an institutional COI policy and one on identifying and managing individual COI

Publishers and Editors

International Committee of Medical Journal Editors Website: Contains "Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: Writing and Editing for Biomedical Publication" including recommended COI policies and ICMJE editorials on clinical trials registration

World Association of Medical Editors, Publication Ethics Policies for Medical Journals, Conflicts of Interest

Blackwell Publishing, Best Practice Guidelines on Publication Ethics: A Publisher's Perspective, See sections 5.4. and 8.11 on conflicts of interest

Scientists and Clinicians

American Society for Clinical Oncology - Discusses conflicts of interest related to society members, individuals participating in society activities, and staff

American Society for Gene Therapy - Policy for society members related to financial interests and gene therapy trials

Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Financial Conflicts of Interest in Research - Shared Responsibility, Individual Integrity website: Contains FASEB reports and publications and information from FASEB meetings on COI in research

 

Meetings and Speeches

Proceedings of FASEB "Meeting Proceedings: Call to Action: Managing Financial Relationships Between Academia and Industry in Biomedical Research" available (PDF)

Conference on Human Subject Protection and Financial Conflict of Interest, 2000

Workshop Proceedings: Managing Conflict of Interest in Science. A Little Consensus and A Lot of Controversy, Maurissen JP et al, Toxicological Sciences, 2005
 

Additional Selected Readings

Fact Sheet: Academia-industry-government relations in research, Created for FASEB meeting on conflicts of interest in research, 2005 (PDF)

 






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