Ethical Standards And Transparency For Publications And Data Access From Circassia Sponsored Research
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Circassia is committed to following high ethical standards and transparency when publishing Circassia-sponsored research and supports various industry standards, including but not limited to; Good Publication Practice guideline (GPP3)1, International Committee of Medical Journal Editors’ (ICMJE) Recommendations2, Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT statement)3 and the “Joint Position on the Publication of Clinical Trial Results in the Scientific Literature” developed by IFPMA, EFPIA, JPMA, and PhRMA4. The scope of this policy covers practices and policies for publications and data access from Circassia-sponsored research from all divisions. For this policy, Publications are defined as abstracts, posters or…show more content… Publication Principles:
Circassia is committed to developing publications that report the results, regardless of the outcome, of Circassia-sponsored clinical studies in a timely, transparent, accurate, fair, and balanced manner. At a minimum, Circassia will submit for publication the results of all Phase III clinical studies and the results of any other clinical studies of significant medical importance, primarily in peer-reviewed journals or as abstracts, posters, or other presentations at scientific congresses.
Circassia, from time to time, may collaborate and work with external Health Care Professionals (HCPs) to assist in publishing or presenting the results of Circassia-sponsored trial in accordance with the requirements below. Circassia’s requirements for authorship aligns with the ICMJE authorship criteria. As such, an author (internal employee or external HCP) must make substantial contributions to the publication as defined by the following ICMJE authorship criteria:
1. Substantial contributions to conception or design of the work; or the acquisition, analysis, or