Posted: March 17th, 2022
We all have considerable life experience and know there are many examples of flawed human behavior that is intentional in order to manipulate data, people, processes and outcomes involving a variety of activities and research is not exempt. We may find a slippery slope within the practice of research if it lacks ethics and it is important to not engage in that type of unethical misconduct or practice in any research. Our lawmakers tend to all agree that ethics in life is very important, so they have created a series of laws to prevent and react to unethical conduct. Please take the time to examine the below federal criminal statutes. These laws can be applied to any domestic or international person(s), corporations and other entities who intentionally engage or attempt-conspire to engage or attempt to in engage in an unethical scheme(s) to defraud and act-or manipulate-by omission and or any communication, any proposals, funding requests, proposals, research or other data etc., that is false-inaccurate and or misleading. 18 USC Section 201 18 USC Section 371 18 USC Section 1001 18 USC Section 1341 18 USC Section 1343 18 USC Section 1346 18 USC Section 1349 18 USC Section 1956 18 USC Section 1957 Complete a search (U.S. Department of Justice and FDA Press Releases as a staring place), and locate at least 3 real world examples of unethical-illegal conduct on research fraud-sale of fraudulent products-medical fraud-prescription drug fraud and any other related conduct that involves research. In addition, *Pay close attention to 18 USC section 4 and apply this law by posting your options if you learned the organization that employed you was engaged in some of the above criminal violations of law?
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