Examples of conditions or restrictions that might be imposed to manage a financial conflict of interest include, but are not limited to:
Public disclosure of financial conflicts of interests (e.g., when presenting or publishing the research);
For research projects involving human subjects research, disclosure of financial conflicts of interest directly to participants;
Appointment of an independent monitor capable of taking measures to protect the design, conduct, and reporting of the research against bias resulting from the Financial Conflict of Interest; • Modification of the research plan;
Change of personnel or personnel responsibilities, or disqualifications of personnel from participation in all or a portion of the research;
Reduction or elimination of the financial interest (e.g., sale of an equity interest); or • Severance of relationships that create financial conflicts.