Lack of involvement of medical writers and the pharmaceutical industry in publications retracted for misconduct: a systematic, controlled, retrospective study

@article{Woolley2011LackOI,
  title={Lack of involvement of medical writers and the pharmaceutical industry in publications retracted for misconduct: a systematic, controlled, retrospective study},
  author={K. Woolley and Rebecca A. Lew and S. Stretton and J. Ely and N. Bramich and J. R. Keys and Julie A. Monk and M. Woolley},
  journal={Current Medical Research and Opinion},
  year={2011},
  volume={27},
  pages={1175 - 1182}
}
  • K. Woolley, Rebecca A. Lew, +5 authors M. Woolley
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • Current Medical Research and Opinion
  • Abstract Objectives: The primary objective of this study was to quantify how many publications retracted because of misconduct involved declared medical writers (i.e., not ghostwriters) or declared pharmaceutical industry support. The secondary objective was to investigate factors associated with misconduct retractions. Design: A systematic, controlled, retrospective, bibliometric study. Data source: Retracted publications dataset in the MEDLINE database. Data selection: PubMed was searched… CONTINUE READING
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