The BMJ requires data sharing on request for all trials

How we expect researchers to make all their data available

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From 1 July The BMJ will extend its requirements for data sharing to apply to all submitted clinical trials,
not just those that test drugs or devices. Image by Esther Dyson.

The movement to make data from clinical trials widely accessible has achieved enormous success, and it is now time for medical journals to play their part. From 1 July The BMJ will extend its requirements for data sharing to apply to all submitted clinical trials, not just those that test drugs or devices.

The BMJ’s Elizabeth Loder explains what this means for authors, and how we expect researchers to make their data available.

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  • The BMJ requires data sharing on request for all trials,
    BMJ 2015;350:h2373, 07 May 2015.
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The truth behind the secret TTIP trade deal

Video on regulatory cooperation in the TTIP negotiations

The Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (or TTIP) is called a “trade treaty”. But if agreed, the TTIP would actually hand corporations the power to overturn democratically decided laws, on everything from environmental protections to food safety, through a system of regulatory cooperation and secret courts that only corporations would have access to.

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What is Your Skin Eating?

The average woman wears about 515 chemicals per day!

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The lowdown on what to avoid in your cosmetics, and how to shop safely when you’re buying beauty products.

The skin is the body’s largest organ. It’s also the biggest for toxins to get inside. It’s not only what you eat, but what you put on your body that is vital to your health. Yet, conventional bath and beauty products are riddled with harmful chemicals. Read on to find out why it’s important to take notice of what you put on your skin.

  • Our skin absorbs 60% of any product we use!
  • The average woman wears about 515 chemicals per day!
  • There are several chemicals that are classified as dangerous to our health, but still used in our beautyproducts!
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Nouveau congrès annuel éthique et compliance santé

PharmaCompliance, Inscrivez-vous

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Dr. S Agrawal, responsable Sunshine Act aux USA, inaugurera Pharma Compliance Paris et apportera son témoignage.

Mardi 23 Juin 2005, Les Salons Hoche, Paris 8ème, venez rencontrer les experts de la Compliance sur les thématiques qui vous concernent :

  • US Sunshine Act : Statut et Challenges
  • Les défis du Disclosure Code de l’EFPIA et les retours d’expérience des projets Transparence
  • La protection des données personnelles et le renforcement de la Directive Européenne
  • L’évolution de la fonction Éthique & Compliance au sein des Entreprises de la Santé
  • L’organisation, le monitoring et l’audit de la Compliance
  • Le rôle de la Compliance dans la Transformation Digitale des Entreprises
  • L’Éthique face aux nouvelles stratégies de marketing et de communication

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