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Trust in the Medical Literature—and Viewpoints in JAMA Internal Medicine

Trust in the Medical Literature—and Viewpoints in JAMA Internal Medicine EDITORIAL Trust in the Medical Literature—and Viewpoints in JAMA Internal Medicine HE MISSION OF JAMA INTERNAL MEDICINE IS ing the reporting of clinical studies, including the regis- to publish high-quality scientific articles tration of trials and greater access to trial data. A narrow that inform medical practice, health care, focus on the sources of funding for research, they argue, and health policy. In this issue, we pub- “may not illuminate the most relevant issues.” T lish 3 articles on the theme of trust in the Although the authors of these articles have different 1-3 medical literature. Their publication launches our View- vantage points, all agree—and so do we—that the chal- points section. We seek engaging and scholarly articles lenges for medical journals are not confined to the re- that address important topics in medicine and health care ports of trials with pharmaceutical or other industry spon- and that are of general medical interest. Further infor- sorship. But in our view, any path forward must include mation can be found in our Instructions for Authors. Your the urgent restoration of trust in industry-funded re- submissions are encouraged; queries should be sent to search. On Wikipedia, there is a remarkable list http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Internal Medicine American Medical Association

Trust in the Medical Literature—and Viewpoints in JAMA Internal Medicine

JAMA Internal Medicine , Volume 173 (12) – Jun 24, 2013

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2013 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
2168-6106
eISSN
2168-6114
DOI
10.1001/jamainternmed.2013.6281
pmid
23609117
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Abstract

EDITORIAL Trust in the Medical Literature—and Viewpoints in JAMA Internal Medicine HE MISSION OF JAMA INTERNAL MEDICINE IS ing the reporting of clinical studies, including the regis- to publish high-quality scientific articles tration of trials and greater access to trial data. A narrow that inform medical practice, health care, focus on the sources of funding for research, they argue, and health policy. In this issue, we pub- “may not illuminate the most relevant issues.” T lish 3 articles on the theme of trust in the Although the authors of these articles have different 1-3 medical literature. Their publication launches our View- vantage points, all agree—and so do we—that the chal- points section. We seek engaging and scholarly articles lenges for medical journals are not confined to the re- that address important topics in medicine and health care ports of trials with pharmaceutical or other industry spon- and that are of general medical interest. Further infor- sorship. But in our view, any path forward must include mation can be found in our Instructions for Authors. Your the urgent restoration of trust in industry-funded re- submissions are encouraged; queries should be sent to search. On Wikipedia, there is a remarkable list

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JAMA Internal MedicineAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jun 24, 2013

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