Credibility of observational studies: why public health researchers should care?


vested interests are threatened. In turn, it may have a ‘chilling effect’, dissuading governments from introducing effective health, social and environmental protection policies if it is considered likely that they will be contested by industry. Pertinent examples already exist, e.g. a pharmaceutical company seeking compensation for national court patent… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/eurpub/ckv119