Physician remuneration in industry-sponsored clinical trials: the case for standardized clinical trial budgets

Ferris, Lorraine E.; Naylor, C. David
October 2004
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/12/2004, Vol. 171 Issue 8, p883
Academic Journal
Presents an analysis of the reasonable and just remuneration for physicians involved in industry-sponsored clinical trials in Canada. Principles of reasonable physician remuneration reinforced by the Canadian Medical Association Policy on Physicians and the Pharmaceutical Industry; Categories and proposed standards for physician remuneration in a clinical trial; Standardization of clinical trial budgets.


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