M-9, r. 17 - Code of ethics of physicians

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78. A physician who undertakes or participates in a research project must state his interests and disclose any real, apparent or potential conflicts of interest to the research ethics committee.
In research-related activities, a physician must not be party to any agreement nor accept or grant any compensation that would call his professional independence into question.
Remuneration or compensation of a physician for the time and professional expertise he devotes to research must be reasonable and known to the ethics committee.
O.C. 1213-2002, s. 78.