PubMed Urged to Include Funding Info, Conflicts of Interest with Study Abstracts

« PubMed, the federal database of abstracts from medical and life science journals, should disclose authors’ competing interests, according to 62 scientists and physicians from around the world. The experts, along with six organizations, today urged the National Institutes of Health and its National Library of Medicine to require journals included in PubMed to list researchers’ funding sources and potential conflicts of interests in abstracts to make the search results on the popular site even more useful. (…) »

source >, 30 mars 2016