American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Disclosure Statement Regarding Dual Commitment JOMS这个杂志太坑了,藏这么深不直接给链接,害我找了半天。给和我一样“受害”的同学共享

Disclosure Statement Regarding Dual Commitment

It is the policy of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons to ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in scientific/educational activities. This requirement includes relationships with pharmaceutical companies, biomedical device manufacturers or distributors, or others whose products or services may be considered to be related to the subject matter of the scientific/educational activity. The principal intent of requested so that the reader may reasonably formulate their own judgments regarding the paper in the light of full disclosure of related information.



1. The expression “dual commitment” describes the dilemma faced by authors when their responsibility to remain

unbiased may be compromised, or perceived to be compromised, by a simultaneous commitment to commercial interests related to the subject of a specific scientific/educational activity. “Conflict of Interest” refers to a of dual commitment that may be strong enough to produce reservations regarding potential of objectivity.

2. Dual commitments governed by the AAOMS Policy on Dual Commitment include but are not limited to:

special customer preferences (material donations, clinical materials, special discounts, special gifts, etc.) financial interest (honoraria for lectureships or other teaching activities; stipends) consultantships (paid or unpaid)

governance (corporate responsibility, corporate allegiances, e.g. through service on governing boards) research contracts or other support for investigation

ownership of patents or companies, royalties, stock options, equity

by virtue of past or present employment of immediate family or relatives

3. AAOMS requires disclosure of dual commitments. In determining the significance of a dual commitment,

AAOMS considers the following:

scope of the relationship or commitment

frequency and timing, i.e. whether past or recent, occasional or long-standing

number, i.e. a single, exclusive relationship rather than multiple, competing relationships

4. If a dual commitment is related to the submission, it must be disclosed to the readers, regardless of scope,

frequency, timing, or number.

5. Penalties for failure to disclose will be considered at the discretion of the AAOMS Commission on Professional


Disclosure of Unlabeled and/or Investigational Product Usage

The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons requires all authors to disclose whether any product discussed in their submission is unlabeled for the use discussed or is investigational.

Unlabeled: Any use of a product or device for purposes other than those specifically stated by the

manufacturer and approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

Investigational: Any product or device that has not yet received approval for general use by the Food and Drug