Authors: Sylvia Rowe, Nick Alexander, Fergus M Clydesdale, Rhona S Applebaum, Stephanie Atkinson, Richard M Black, Johanna T Dwyer, Eric Hentges, Nancy A Higley, Michael Lefevre, Joanne R Lupton, Sanford A Miller, Doris L Tancredi, Connie M Weaver, Catherine E Woteki and Elaine Wedral
Journal: Nutrition Reviews (2009;67:264–272)
Supported by the Working Group Conflict of Interest
Abstract: There has been significant public debate about the susceptibility of research to biases of various kinds especially those that may arise in industry-sponsored research. Given the critical role that industry has played and will continue to play in the research process, the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) North America Working Group on Guiding Principles has, in this article, proposed conflict-of-interest guidelines regarding industry funding to protect the integrity and credibility of the scientific record, particularly with respect to health, nutrition, and food-safety science. Eight principles are enumerated, which specify the ground rules for industry-sponsored research.
This paper also appears in full or in excerpt in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, Journal of Food Science, Nutrition Today, and the Journal of Nutrition.
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