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  author={A. Wakefield},
1 were brought to the attention of senior editorial staff of the journal. The allegations are: 1. That, contrary to a statement in the Lancet paper, ethics approval for the investigations conducted on the children reported in the study, some of them highly invasive (eg, lumbar puncture), had not been given. 2. That the study reported in The Lancet was completed under the cover of ethics approval for an entirely different study of 25 children with " A new paediatric syndrome: enteritis and… Expand
Conflict of interest is not just about advising pharmaceutical companies
  • G. Goodwin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of psychopharmacology
  • 2004
that we have adopted a disclosure policy for authors within the last year, following a related change in the policy of the British Association of Psychopharmacology (BAP) for members of Council. WeExpand
Conflict of interest is not just about advising pharmaceutical companies
Readers of the Journalof Psychopharmacology will already know that we have adopted a disclosure policy for authors within the last year, following a related change in the policy of the BritishExpand
[The putative link between the MMR vaccine and autism and refusal to vaccinate].
This episode invites to think about the credibility and trust in the authorities and professionals to the population, as well as the suspicions that may arise when there are potential conflicts of interest among professionals, industry magazines and the population. Expand
Is the cultural context of MMR rejection a key to an effective public health discourse?
These findings have paradoxical and challenging consequences for the promotion of immunization in the policy context of increasing emphasis on healthy choices and demonstrate the need for immunization information that acknowledges and addresses lay concepts of immunity. Expand
Publication Ethics and Scientific Misconduct: The Role of Authors
  • F. Luther
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Journal of orthodontics
  • 2008
There is a well known saying: ‘Publish or be damned’ and these days, the pressure to publish is as great as ever but there are many other less spectacular pitfalls which may come about simply through inexperience or lack of guidance rather than as the result of some premeditated malpractice. Expand
Anti-vaccinationists and their impact on vaccination coverage in Wisconsin.
  • T. Schlenker
  • Medicine
  • WMJ : official publication of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin
  • 2004
This study examines trends in vaccination coverage in Wisconsin over the past 14 years and reports the results of a survey of the views of state primary care pediatricians. Expand
Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) vaccine – benefits and risks revisited
It is essential to restore confidence by explaining and disseminating scientific evidence on both the benefits and risks of the MMR vaccine, primarily to physicians who distribute vaccines, as well as to the parents of children who are to be immunized. Expand
10-year research update review: the epidemiology of child and adolescent psychiatric disorders: II. Developmental epidemiology.
While child and adolescent psychiatric epidemiology continues to address questions of prevalence and burden, it has also expanded into new areas of research in the past decade and will provide valuable resources for research into gene-environment correlations and interactions. Expand
The Ethics of Publication in Public Health
  • S. Gray
  • Political Science
  • Public Health Reviews
  • 2012
Publication in peer-reviewed journals is a key part of advancement in science and a vital part of development of the scientific basis for public health practice. The process of publication shouldExpand
The National Patient Safety Agency
The National Patient Safety Agency needs to move from automatically blaming individual front-line staff to an understanding of the underlying factors in the system which are more often responsible for incidents, and to have the safety of patients at the heart of their practice. Expand