Principled Partnerships Quick Guide (2015)
A dedicated team of academic and corporate practitioners crafted the Principled Partnerships Quick Guide to clarify financial conflict of interest in research. This Quick Guide helps develop clear understanding about the importance of U-I research partnerships and how potential financial conflicts can be effectively addressed and managed.
The team has reframed the issue so that partners, the public, and other individuals can develop a clearer understanding of why university-industry research partnerships are crucial and how potential financial conflicts can be effectively addressed and managed.
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