Bias, or the appearance thereof, can be extremely detrimental to research integrity and erode the public trust in the research enterprise if not addressed in a transparent manner. PMSURI will a bid by the following ethics:
Set up a watchdog management team to protect the rights of research subjects, public trust, safety, and welfare and reduce or minimize bias in every aspect of the research from the design, data collection, analysis, and reporting.
Avoid a conflict of conscience, which comes about when a person has personal convictions that may jeopardize his objectivity in the research.
Promote objectivity in research by ensuring that research is free from bias due to individual researchers’ conflict of interest including the following factors:
Decisions about enrollment and inclusion/exclusion criteria
Decisions choice of personnel to conduct the study
Recruitment and consenting of research subjects
Vendor selection in the purchase of equipment and other supplies
Data collection, analysis, and interpretation
Sharing of research results
Choice of research design and statistical methods
Advisory board membership
Equity in publicly and non-publicly traded companies
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