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NIH-Financial Conflicts of Interest

06 Sep 2016 1:20 PM | AAAOM Admin (Administrator)

NIH - FINANCIAL CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

Posted By Administration, Thursday, July 03, 2014
Updated: Wednesday, July 16, 2014

[NIH] Human Subject Protection and Financial Conflicts of Interest training is required by the federal government to protect human subjects in research. This training is required if a researcher is involved in research conducted at a major university or another research facility that has an Institutional Review Board. This downloadable PDF was prepared by the National Institutes of Health and nicely lays out the details of the NIH guidelines on the Financial Conflict of Interest. A financial conflict of interest is a significant financial interest that could directly and significantly effect the design, conduct or reporting of NIH funded research.

http://www.aaaomonline.org/resource/resmgr/AmericanAcupuncturist/FCOI_presentation_201204.pdf



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