Attitudes of public health academics toward receiving funds from for-profit corporations : a systematic review
Academic–industry partnerships may pose a threat to research integrity and choices of research topics. Academics in medicine and nutrition often fail to recognize the potential conflicts of industry-sponsored research. The study systematically reviewed a total of 4017 articles from Medline, 3 from Business Source Complete, 1065 from ProQuest, 4 from ERIC and 104 from the Chronicles of Higher Education. No articles were found that investigated the attitudes of public health academics toward accepting funds from industry. With dwindling support from governments toward universities, there has been a substantial increase in university–industry partnerships over the last two decades including support of research.
Auteur ou autrice(s) : Nakkash, Rima T., Mugharbil, Sanaa, Alaouié, Hala, Afifi, Rima A.
Langage : Anglais