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Volume 44 Number 11 page 26-26

Here are some of the recommendations in the Institute of Medicine's report" Conflicts of Interest in Medical Research, Education, and Practice." It is posted at<www.iom.edu/CMS/3740/47464/65721.aspx>.

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Primary affected actors: institutions that carry out medical research and education, clinical care, and clinical practice guideline development; U.S. Congress; pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotechnology companies.

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Primary affected actors: Academic medical centers, teaching hospitals, and research institutions; medical researchers; faculty, students, residents, and fellows; professional societies; organizations that created the accrediting program for continuing medical education and other organizations interested in high-quality, objective education.

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Primary affected actors: Community physicians; professional societies; hospitals and other health care providers; pharmaceutical, medical-device, and biotechnology companies.

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Primary affected actors: Institutions that develop clinical practice guidelines; accrediting and certification bodies, formulary committees, health insurers, public agencies, and other organizations with an interest in objective, evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.

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Primary affected actors: Institutions that carry out medical research and education, clinical care, and clinical practice guideline development; National Institutes of Health.

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Primary affected actors: Oversight bodies and other groups that have a strong interest in or reliance on medical research, education, clinical care, and practice guideline development; National Institutes of Health, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and other agencies of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. ▪

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