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Clinical Research and Johns Hopkins Medicine Institutional Review Boards

Johns Hopkins Medicine generally does not permit publicity about research — and specifically about clinical trials — until a study has been completed and the results have been published in peer-reviewed journals or presented at professional gatherings, such as conferences. See OHSR.3 Organization Policy on Press Releases and other Planned Publicity for Industry-Sponsored Clinical Research Studies. The Use of Name Committee applies this standard to all clinical research and most research studies.