Conflicts of Interest in Research
Conflicts of interest (COIs) arise where one could financially benefit from research, causing or appearing to cause potential bias in its design, conduct or reporting. COIs are not inherently bad, and often come as a result of successful business partnerships and hours of hard work, all of which uphold the highest standards of integrity.
Below are the basic steps of the process for all those responsible for design, conduct or reporting of research at Boston University and Boston Medical Center.
| 1. Complete a Financial Interest Disclosure Form
| 2. Complete Financial Interest Disclosure Training
|3. COI Committee Review|
| 4. Management Plans
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