Conflicts of Interest Result From Relationships But Are Not Resolved by Preventing Relationships

Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 18 (1):187-188 (2021)
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Abstract

Goldberg notes that the relationship is a component of Conflicts of Interests. Networks of relationships and the simultaneous presence of several interests are not negative per se but become so when they generate a conflict that undermines impartiality. The solution to the problem of COIs, therefore, cannot be to abolish relationships and the interests that they necessarily express but rather to verify whether those relationships are such as to unduly affect an individual’s judgement. The evolution of an Italian legislation about COIs is eloquent in this regard.

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