Prevention of Conflicts of Interest in NITAGs

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Оригинальное название
Prevention of Conflicts of Interest in NITAGs
Автор(ов)
SIVAC
Источник(и)
АПМ - Агентство по Профилактической Медицине
Год публикации
2017

Описание

The objectives of these guidelines are:

  • To explain what Conflict of Interest is and how it can arise at the NITAG level
  • To explain the importance of preventing and managing Conflict of Interests at the NITAG level and how this can be achieved
  • To provide guidance to NITAGs on the development and implementation of their own Conflict of Interest prevention policy, taking into account the country’s specific circumstances
  • To provide a generic and ready-to-use Conflict of Interest management policy for NITAGs (to be used as provided or after adjustment to better capture the country’s specific situation).

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