5 Ways to identify a conflict of interest
A conflict of interest arises whenever there is any potential bias that could affect a researcher’s work. They are an inevitable part of an academic career and it is every researcher’s responsibility to identify potential or actual conflicts. This checklist will help you identify if what your facing is a conflict or not.
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