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Chapter 3 defined and described several kinds of university-industry relationships that may give rise to conflicts. This chapter describes in more detail 11 issues Box 4. Research and Quasi-Regulatory Functions PORTs as a Public Trust for Development of Scientific Knowledge PORTs are highly visible examples of academic science and technology; as such, they are part of a sizable public investment in academic medical research that is intended to improve health.
Such government-supported basic and applied biomedical research has over the decades resulted in major advances in scientific knowledge Hamburg and Nightingale, ; Colloton, ; Schroeder et al. There are three deeply held public views about these undertakings.
First, academic science is seen by many as an engine of creativity and innovation that drives social welfare. Biomedical research has led to scientific discoveries and major technological applications for the care of Page 48 Share Cite Suggested Citation: Managing Conflict of Interest.
The National Academies Press. Indeed, the academic medical center plays a central bridging role in the development and transfer of health care technology between industry and medical practice, regularly participating in the development, diffusion, and appraisal of appropriate applications and cost Rettig, Psychopathy various aspects PORT investigation, a young and rapidly evolving science, consists of methods for evaluating and improving medical practice by considering the effectiveness of care through outcomes research.
It is thus at the heart what has been termed "the new technology assessment" Fuchs and Garber, Second, academic scientists, through their participation in hundreds of advisory and peer review committees, are counted on as a source of impartial advice to the public and to funding and regulatory agencies; any challenges to their impartiality are seen as highly significant and are widely publicized.
When serving as advisors on matters of public policy, academic scientists must feel free to publish, share data, and speak out in the public interest Krimsky, Indeed, for the advisory process to work effectively it must secure unbiased, objective advice from individuals who are financially disinterested in the areas in which they consult.
PORTs in particular have been designated by Congress to provide such advice to practitioners and to the Medicare program. By contrast, industrial scientists have visible affiliations with business and are not expected to be impartial.
Third, in undergraduate and graduate training, academic science teaches scientists, citizens, and future political leaders how science is conducted. To the extent that PORTs become a model for complex health services and clinical evaluation research of the future, they will certainly affect the values of graduate students.
Moreover, the values of science that are learned in institutions help form each generation's social decision makers Grobstein, All three of these public views—promoting health, providing impartial advice, and preserving the values of scientific inquiry—although not unique to PORTs, are important to consider when examining conflicts of interest.
PORT research is similar to other forms of research that receive intense and increasingly public examination from the standpoint of conflict of interest. PORT studies are also different from other types of biomedical or social science.
Most prominently, PORTs will directly influence health care. Indeed, that is surely one reason why AHCPR has focused PORT research on conditions affecting chiefly the elderly beneficiaries of Medicare; furthermore, PORT findings may have more effect on professional norms than an individual clinical trial could have, in part because of the diverse clinical specialties involved and in part because of the likely wide visibility and dissemination of results in many clinical journals and health services research publications.
Protecting PORT Credibility PORT findings are likely to be controversial from the viewpoint of clinicians, manufacturers, and other interested parties; whether they are ''positive" or "negative," they may not be accepted without struggle. That struggle will probably involve examining all potential sources of bias, possibly with the intent of damaging the credibility of the PORT findings.
A likely tactic would be to call into question the sources of PORT funding as a source of bias or the possible biases of its members. These considerations argue for well-defined, irreproachable standards to address the appearance of conflict of interest as well as its actual occurrence.
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