Edition 23 (July 2014): WHAT'S NEW? | DID YOU KNOW? | CUSTOMER INSIGHTS | COMMUNITY
Although billions are spent each year on health research much of it is not reported adequately in the literature. This seriously undermines the usability of reported findings and misleads clinicians, researchers, policy makers and, ultimately, patients. Dr. Iveta Simera, Head of Programme Development for the EQUATOR Network (Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research), recently connected with iThenticate to delve into key ethical issues in health research. During this 20-minute interview, Simera highlights ethical issues in medical research today, explores the adeptness of current extrajudicial process for addressing ethical issues, and suggests steps that journals, authors and or/editors could take to help improve the quality of reporting of medical research.
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