A conflict of interest involves the abuse—actual, apparent or potential—of the trust that people have in professionals. Types of conflicts encountered by researchers and institutions are addressed below, including topics such as conflicts associated with collaborators, publication, financial conflicts, obligations to other constituencies and other types of conflicts.
- Potential Conflicts of Interest, University of Minnesota
- Reviewing and Managing Researcher's Conflicts of Interests, University of Minnesota
- Conflict of Interests, Columbia University
- Financial Conflict of Interest, National Institute of Health
- Physicians and the Pharmaceutical Industry: Is a Gift Ever Just a Gift?, by A. Wazana, 2000. Journal of the American Medical Association, 283(3), 373-380.