|Title:||In reply (to letters on: Doctors behaving badly?)|
|Citation:||In reply (to letters on: Doctors behaving badly?), Medical Journal of Australia, vol.185,(11/12),2006,pp 674-675|
|Abstract:||IN REPLY:We agree with Dietz that unbiased sources of information about new therapeutic options are increasing, and many are available electronically. Virtual Mentor, the American Medical Association’s ethics journal, has suggested reducing drug company influence on doctors’ prescribing by stopping companies paying for continuing medical education, and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is exposing this issue...|
|Type of Work:||Article, Letter|
|Type of Publication:||Publisher version|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Papers and Publications. Sydney Health Ethics|
|MJA-Doctors-behaving-badly-reply-2006.pdf||197.4 kB||Adobe PDF|
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