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FDA Advisory Committees: Process for Recruiting Members and Evaluating Potential Conflicts of Interest
Marcia Crosse (au)
The FDA has been criticized about how it recruits individuals to become members of its advisory committees and how it grants some determinations that allow members with conflicts of interest to participate in committee meetings. Advisory committee meetings can include both standing and temporary members. This report examines FDA's advisory committee processes on: (1) how FDA recruited individuals for membership and evaluated candidates for potential conflicts of interest; (2) barriers that were reported to recruiting qualified individuals to serve on committees; and (3) the proportion of standing and temporary members, and the frequency with which members with conflict of interest determinations participated in meetings. Illustrations.
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