Chief ethics officer

by reestheskin on 19/04/2016

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“In an attempt to clean up, Novartis has appointed a chief ethics officer and is in the process of tightening its rules on relations with doctors”. FT

Martin Wolf awhile back in the FT drew attention to the danger of pharma being viewed in the same light as many of us view Banks. Ethics committees don’t work. It is in  the corridors outside the committee rooms that people act natural. The problem is both with an organisation, and with what organisations are.