29
Sep2022

It has been eleven years since the NIH last updated their federal regulations on financial conflict of interest. But, during that time, and especially over the past four years, a lot has been discussed about conflict of interest. What started out as concerns over the loss of intellectual property has now morphed into overall requirements for research security, with conflict of interest as the lynchpin. Read more

27
Sep2022

Research participants who discuss their research participation online may unintentionally disclose information that increases the risks of the research to themselves or others. These risks include unblinding study participants or the research team, communicating incorrect information, or inadvertently licensing participant behaviors that conflict with study requirements, each of which may potentially threaten study integrity and/or participant safety. Read more

21
Sep2022

This week's research ethics roundup covers efforts by Black scientists to develop oxygen sensors for darker skin; the ethical challenges faced by clinical ethicists; new policy guidance for immediate open access to research findings; and the use of electronic health record data to study pregnancy outcomes. Read more

15
Sep2022

National Hispanic Heritage Month takes place from September 15 to October 15. We would like to honor this month by featuring some resources (from PRIM&R and from other organizations) that highlight the importance of the inclusion of the Latinx community in clinical research. Read more