Accountability
Researchers and the public should be confident that ISRHML as a society and those individuals who organize, design or teach in its activities, will uphold principles of transparency and independence. The expectation that individuals involved in scientific and educational activities will hold themselves accountable to address the potential that financial relationships with commercial companies have to influence professional education is a cornerstone of self-regulation. In particular, ISRHML members involved in ISRHML-sponsored scientific and educational activities should transparently disclose their potential conflicts of interests and be able and willing to discuss how the principles of transparency and independence have been applied in the activities with which they are involved or over which they have decision-making authority.

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