Disclosures Can Always Be Improved

Weissman, Myrna M.

I read with considerable interest the article by Cristea and Ioannidis, “Improving Disclosure of Financial Conflicts of Interest for Research on Psychosocial Interventions,” published in JAMA Psychiatry in June 2018. The authors make good points about the need for and the complexity of disclosures.

However, I want to clarify an ambiguous point in their article. They give as examples of conflict of interest activities that are “indelible components of psychosocial interventions. These are often marketed through free-standing for-profit entities…Support activities also include instruments that measure the processes targeted by a particular intervention, such as…interpersonal difficulties for Interpersonal Therapy.”


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