Ethical issues in radiology journalism, peer review, and research Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • OBJECTIVE: Although some research and publication practices are clearly unethical, including fraud and plagiarism, other areas of research and publication, such as informed consent and conflicts of interest, fall into grayer areas. CONCLUSION: The purposes of this article are, therefore, to review a variety of relevant ethical issues in radiology-related journalism, peer review, and research; to review the radiology literature to date that has addressed these issues; and to present position statements and potential solutions to these problems.

authors

  • Katz, Douglas S
  • Gardner, James B
  • Hoffmann, Jason C
  • Patlas, Michael
  • Bhargava, Puneet
  • Moshiri, Mariam
  • Remer, Erick M
  • Gould, Elaine S
  • Smith, Stacy

publication date

  • 2016