Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Questionable Content of an Industry-Supported Medical School Lecture Series

Questionable content of an industry-supported medical school lecture series: a case study:
  • This case demonstrates the need for better strategies for preventing, identifying and dealing with problematic interactions between the pharmaceutical industry and undergraduate medical education. These might include the avoidance of unnecessary conflicts of interest, more disclosure of conflicts, an open process for dealing with recognised problems and internationally harmonised conflict of interest policies.

The full paper can be found here.  Follow the money!

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