4. New Auflage 2008,
312 Seiten, Kartoniert, Format (B × H): 154 mm x 233 mm, Gewicht: 531 g
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Wells / Farthing Fraud and Misconduct in Biomedical Research, 4th editionNow in its fourth edition, Fraud and Misconduct in Biomedical Research boasts an impressive list of contributors from around the globe and introduces a new focus for the book, transforming it from a series of monographs into a publication that will quickly become an essential textbook on all areas of research fraud and misconduct.Key features include: a comprehensive analysis of the historical aspects of research misconduct, with cases from across the world; an extended section on the detection of research misconduct, examining the roles of the peer review process, statistical analysis, and routine enhanced audit; a completely new section, 'The Way Forward', which looks at the role of national advisory bodies.Fraud and Misconduct in Biomedical Research strives to uncover the issues surrounding clinical research in order to raise awareness of unethical practice, open debate and express concerns. This book is internationally relevant; from anyone who is involved with biomedical research or has an interest in fraud and misconduct, to the recipients and beneficiaries of research, who are directly affected by unreliable research.
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Contributors Preface SECTION 1: SETTING THE SCENE 1. The concept of scientific dishonesty: Ethics, value systems, and research - Povl Riis 2. Ethical issues in the publication process - Richard Smith 3. What is research misconduct? - Drummond Rennie and C Kristina Gunsalus SECTION 2: THE HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF RESEARCH MISCONDUCT 4. An interpretive history of research misconduct policy in the USA and Canada - Nicholas H Steneck 5. Historical aspects of research misconduct: Europe - Frank Wells SECTION 3: THE PREVENTION OF RESEARCH MISCONDUCT 6. The promotion of good publication practice - Elizabeth Wager 7. Monitoring medical research: Better to prevent than to cure? - Helena van den Dungen 8. The role of research ethics committees - John Saunders SECTION 4: APPROACHES TO THE DETECTION OF RESEARCH MISCONDUCT 9. The role of the whistleblower - Sabine Kleinert 10. The role of the peer review process - Ana Marusic 11. Can statistical analysis reveal research misconduct? - Stephen Evans 12. The role of electronic tracking in monitoring data output in clinical trials - Erick Gaussens, Pierre-Henri Bertoye, and Jean-Marc Husson 13. The role of monitoring of research for compliance and detecting misconduct - Michael R Hamrell 14. The role of routine enhanced audit - Nicky Dodsworth SECTION 5: INVESTIGATION OF RESEARCH MISCONDUCT 15. Handling whistleblowers: Bane and boon - C Kristina Gunsalus and Drummond Rennie 16. Conduct of an inquiry into alleged misconduct - Jane Barrett SECTION 6: THE WAY FORWARD 17. The role of national advisory bodies - Michael Farthing Index