Posts Tagged ‘research misconduct’

February 27th, 2014

Poor Medical Research: What Has Changed in 20 Years?

A recent blog and a 20-year-old editorial has Harlan Krumholz wondering: Why there is so much poor medical research?

November 12th, 2012

Nine Italian Cardiologists Arrested in Broad Investigation of Research Fraud and Misconduct

Nine Italian cardiologists have been arrested as part of a broad investigation into serious medical misconduct at Modena Hospital, according to multiple reports in the Italian media. The investigation encompasses at least 67 other individuals and a dozen medical equipment companies, including 6 foreign companies. The charges include conspiracy, fraud, embezzlement, bribery, forgery, and performing […]