中国循证医学杂志

中国循证医学杂志

非经济利益冲突及其研究现状

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经济利益冲突现已得到广泛关注,而非经济利益冲突现仍面临着定义不明确、分类不清晰等问题。本文以指南为例,基于非经济利益冲突的研究现况,对非经济利益冲突的产生、分类和影响进行介绍。

The financial conflict of interests is drawing a wide attention, while several problems such as the unclarity of definition and blurred boundary of classification exist when it comes to the nonfinancial conflict of interests. Taking clinical practice guidelines as the example, this study introduce how nonfinancial conflict of interests happen, their classifications and impact based on present situation of relevant studies.

关键词: 利益冲突; 临床实践指南; 循证医学

Key words: Conflict of interests; Clinical practice guideline; Evidence-based medicine

引用本文: 宋霄杨, 高玉婷, 王小琴, 王琪, 陈耀龙, 周奇, 商洪才. 非经济利益冲突及其研究现状. 中国循证医学杂志, 2017, 17(5): 607-611. doi: 10.7507/1672-2531.201612027 复制

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