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The Rockefeller University

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Acknowledgment The Rockefeller University
Contacts Barry S. Coller, M.D.
Format PDF
URL Attachment
Materials Provided PDF of a Case Study (2 pages)
Title Case Study: What is your Point of View (POV)?
Topics Description This case study looks at a situation that involves possible “Conflict of Interest.” To get the most out of this case study students are asked to play roles (i.e., Dean, USA Medical School; IRB Chairperson; Dr. A; and Dr. B, etc.).

Comments: Excellent case study addressing the topic of “Conflict of Interest.” This case study will require that student’s participate by playing specific roles. To successfully engage in this case study the participants’ will need to come prepared on basic concepts (i.e., Conflict of Interest; the regulatory guidelines within an institution; the NIH, FDA, and AAMC; an understanding of the Bayh-Dole Act; the perspective of private industry; and the IRB), to mention a few of the involved issues and parties. Dr. Coller suggests the IOR take on the role of moderator.
Keywords AAMC; Analyze; Animal toxicology studies; Antibiotic; Bacterial infection; Bayh-Dole Act; Case Study; Conflict of Interest; Data; Design; Disclosure; Drug; FDA; In vitro; IRB; Junior faculty; Licensed; Manuscript; Media; New Therapies; NIH; Pharmaceutical company; Pharmacokinetics; Publication; Registered; Research; Royalty; Toxicity; Trial; University policies
See Also

Topic Conflicts of Interest and Commitment, Human Subjects
Topic revision: r5 - 17 Mar 2010 - 11:58:26 - MaryBanach
ResearchEthics.Case_Study_What_Is_Your_Point_of_View moved from ResearchEthics.CaseStudyWhatIsYourPointofView on 05 Apr 2009 - 21:29 by CTSpediaAdmin - put it back
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