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Items published during the years 1970 to 1979

There are 379 items in the Healthy Skepticism Library that were published during the years 1970 to 1979.

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HSL2800
Smart RG.
Silver bullets and overkill: ethical advertisements for psychoactive drugs
1973; 14

HSL2801
Wallace JD.
An APMR? Now what would that be?
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1973; 108:1302

HSL2805
Stetler CJ.
Patterns of prescription drug use: The role of promotion
Journal of Drug Education 1973; 3:(4):389-402

HSL8877
Schicke RK.
The pharmaceutical market and prescription drugs in the Federal Republic of Germany: cross-national comparisons.
Int J Health Serv 1973 Spr; 3:(2):223-36

HSL8883
Generic ratio continues to climb; erythromycin moves up into 8th place
American Druggist 1972 Nov 13; 166:32-33

HSL8860
Bicket WJ.
Autotherapy - 'The Future is Now'
J Am Pharm Assoc 1972 Nov; 12:(11):560-2

HSL8887
Daylight on prescription prices
Money 1972 Oct; 1:31-34

HSL8884
Keeping the pharmaceutical industry healthy
Pharmaceutical Journal 1972 Sep 23; 209:299-300

HSL8880
Rucker TD.
Economic problems in drug distribution.
Inquiry 1972 Sep; 9:(3):43-50

HSL8852
Klein RJ.
The consumer's right to know.
J Am Pharm Assoc 1972 Jul; 12:(7):360-1

HSL8853
Angevine E.
The concerned consumer.
J Am Pharm Assoc 1972 Jul; 12:(7):356-7

HSL2789
Ingelfinger FJ.
Advertising: informative but not educational.
N Engl J Med 1972 Jun 15; 286:(24):1318-9

HSL8885
Stetler CJ.
Pharmaceutical field: a house divided?
Pharmacy Times 1972 May; 38:32-38

HSL2141
Linn LS, Davis MS.
Physicians' orientation toward the legitimacy of drug use and their preferred source of new drug information.
Soc Sci Med 1972 Apr; 6:(2):199-203

HSL2531
Kimmey JR.
Drug efficacy and a journal's responsibility.
Am J Public Health 1972 Apr; 62:(4):461-2

HSL8881
Pharmacist, the industry and the health service (Great Britain)
African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 1972 Mar; 2:168-188

HSL2140
Becker MH, Stolley PD, Lasagna L, McEvilla JD, Sloane LM.
Differential education concerning therapeutics and resultant physician prescribing patterns.
J Med Educ 1972 Feb; 47:(2):118-27
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=5011761&query_hl=5

HSL8888
Chadduck HW.
In brief summary: prescription drug advertising, 1962-71
FDA Pap 1972 Feb; 6:13-25

HSL8891
Pharmacist, the industry and the Health Service
Pharmaceutical Journal 1972 Jan 15; 208:42-47

HSL8894
Damages sought for neurologic side effects of drug
Citation 1972 Jan 1; 24:88-89

HSL2790
Torrance GM.
The influence of the drug industry in Canada’s health system
1972 Jan; 48

HSL2793
Stolley PD, Becker MH, Lasagna L, McEvilla JD, Sloane LM.
The relationship between physician characteristics and prescribing appropriateness.
Med Care 1972 Jan-Feb; 10:(1):17-28

HSL2330
Montgomery DB, Silk .
Estimating dynamic effects of market communications expenditures.
Management Sci 1972; 18:B485-B501

HSL13301
Newell A, Simon HA.
Human Problem Solving
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall 1972
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0134454030/sr=1-1/qid=1206497977/ref=olp_product_details?ie=UTF8&me=&qid=1206497977&sr=1-1&seller=

HSL8893
Nielsen AC.
Why certain independent pharmacists are very successful
Pharmacy Times 1971 Dec; 37:52-57

HSL2310
Becker MH, Stolley PD, Lasagna L, McEvilla JD, Sloane LM.
Characteristics and attitudes of physicians associated with the prescribing of chloramphenicol.
HSMHA Health Rep 1971 Nov; 86:(11):993-1003
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?CMD=search&DB=pubmed

HSL8889
Vogt DD, Billups NF.
The merger movement in the American pharmaceutical complex.
J Am Pharm Assoc 1971 Nov; 11:(11):588-91

HSL8898
Lees KA, Roxburgh A.
Pharmaceutical industry and the hospital pharmacist. Part 1. An industrialist's view. Part 2. A hospital pharmacist's view
Pharmaceutical Journal 1971 Oct 18; 207:270-278

HSL8896
Klein T.
Rx drug promotion: big changes are coming
Drug Cosmet Ind 1971 Oct; 109:40-44, 143-146

HSL8899
1970 Financial data for 264 drug field firms is shown
Drug Trade News 1971 Sep 20; 46:15-21

HSL8892
Gaitonde PR.
Price control on drugs
Pharm-News-Ludhiana 1971 Sep; 20:26-32

HSL8895
Statement of the American Pharmaceutical Association to the monopoly subcommittee of the Senate Small Business Committee of the United States Senate
J Am Pharm Assoc 1971 Sep; 11:468-473

HSL8890
Feldmann EG.
Brand name system-an intrusion upon the profession
J Am Pharm Assoc 1971 Jul; 11:376-379, 390

HSL2788
Waite A.
The future of pharmaceutical drug promotion
Medical Marketing & Media 1971 Jun9, 12, 14, 16, 18

HSL2766
Seidenberg R.
Advertising and abuse of drugs.
N Engl J Med 1971 Apr 8; 284:(14):789-90

HSL1881
Barnes CJ, Holcenberg JS.
Student reactions to pharmaceutical promotion practices.
Northwest Med 1971 Apr; 70:(4):262-6

HSL2530
Greenblatt DJ, Shader RI.
Meprobamate: a study of irrational drug use.
Am J Psychiatry 1971 Apr; 127:(10):1297-303

HSL8901
Douville AW.
Drug industry
New Physician 1971 Mar; 20:139-145

HSL8902
Steele HB.
Prices and profits in the drug industry: An economist's view
New Physician 1971 Mar; 20:146-159

HSL8903
Stetler CJ.
Manufacturers face health care problems
New Physician 1971 Mar; 20:161-163

HSL2783
Seidenberg R.
Drug advertising and perception of mental illness.
Ment Hyg 1971 Jan; 55:(1):21-31

HSL2786
Usdin G.
The coin needn't smell: A response to the Seidenberg thesis
Mental Hygiene 1971 Jan; 55:32-35

HSL2763
MacDermot HE.
Readers write about the journal
CMAJ 1971; 103:182

HSL2764
Pillard RC.
Drug advertising and the prescribing physician
New Physician 1971; 20:183-186

HSL2765
Sadusk JF.
Psychotropic drug advertisements
Annals of Internal Medicine 1971; 75:473-474

HSL2784
Steele H.
Prices & proftis in the drug industry; an economist’s view.
New Physician 1971; 20:146-159

HSL2785
Vernon J.
Concentration, promotion, and market share stability in the pharmaceutical industry
Journal of Industrial Economics 1971; 19:246-266

HSL9060
Lennard H.
Mystification and Drug Misuse: Hazards in Using Psychoactive Drugs
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass 1971

HSL2754
Greenberg H.
Junk mail revisited
New England Journal of Medicine 1970 Dec 31; 283:(27):1524-1525

HSL8904
Collins TM.
Third-party pay: what it's all about
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 1970 Dec; 34:789-794

HSL2747
Reekie WD.
Some problems associated with the marketing of ethical pharmaceutical products
Journal of Industrial Economics 1970 Nov 01; 19:(1):33-49

HSL8905
Popofsky D.
Splitting with tradition
Pm Pharm Manage J 1970 Nov-Dec; 4:11-18

HSL2752
The peculiar success of Chloromycetin
Consumer Reports 1970 Oct; 35:(10):616-619

HSL2753
Hammel RW.
Physician evaluation of pharmaceutical manufacturers and their detailmen: How it effects their prescribing
Medical Marketing & Media 1970 Oct; 5:(10):7-8, 10, 12, 14

HSL2528
Lennard HL, Epstein LJ, Bernstein A, Ransom DC.
Hazards implicit in prescribing psychoactive drugs.
Science 1970 Jul 31; 169:(944):438-41

HSL2529
Sanders MG.
Letter: The Sparce index.
Can Med Assoc J 1970 May 9; 102:(9):987

HSL8906
Engel A, Siderius P.
Drug consumption
Schweizerische Apotheker Zeitung 1970 May 7; 108:342-344

HSL8908
Harper JD.
Prescription medicines in the future
Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal 1970 May; 103:124-128

HSL8907
Letourneau CU.
No liability on account of allergic reaction to antibiotic
Hosp Formul Manage 1970 Apr; 5:25

HSL8897
Adriani J, Perine F.
Are trade names overused: yes and no
Hosp Formul Manage 1970 Jan; 5:12-18

HSL1497
Freire P, Bergman Ramos M. (translator)
Pedagogy of the Oppressed
: Continuum International Publishing Group 1970
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0826412769/qid=1124526714/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_9_1/026-3368758-1517268

HSL2047
Fischer DH.
Historian's Fallacies: Toward a logic of historical thought.
New York: Harper Torchbooks 1970
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0061315451/002-4340062-2313626?v=glance

HSL2080
Hamblin CL.
Fallacies
London: Methuen 1970
http://www.valepress.com/Fallacies.htm

HSL2717
Canadian doctors more sceptical of drug promotion than U.S. counterparts—report
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1970; 102:884, 886

HSL2718
Editorial .
Come out from under that bed
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1970; 102:1306-7

HSL2719
Pharmaceutical advertising
Rx Bulletin 1970; 1:(10):39

HSL2720
You and the ads
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1970; 103:329

HSL2721
Eade N.
Readers write about the Journal
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1970; 103:184

HSL2722
Jackson N.
Readers write about the Journal
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1970; 130:183-184

HSL2723
Mizgala HF, Meldrum DA.
Readers write about the journal
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1970; 102:1308

HSL2746
Raine RJ.
Readers write about the Journal
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1970; 103:183

HSL2748
Steinmetz N.
Readers write about the Journal
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1970; 103:182

HSL2749
Stratford JG.
Readers write about the Journal
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1970; 103:183

HSL2750
Tetz WC.
Readers write about the Journal
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1970; 103:183

HSL2751
Wilson R.
Readers write about the Journal
Canadian Medical Association Journal 1970; 103:184

HSL2755
Barnhart , R .
The medical profession-drug industry alliance
New Physician 1970; 20:164-171

HSL16697
Wolfe S
Feminine Straight to the Grave
Mother Jones 1978 May18‑19

HSL16698
Wolfe S
The New Drop Dead Diet.
Mother Jones 1978 Jun

HSL16699
Wolfe S
What Your Doctor Hides from You.
Mother Jones 1978 Aug11‑12

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What these howls of outrage and hurt amount to is that the medical profession is distressed to find its high opinion of itself not shared by writers of [prescription] drug advertising. It would be a great step forward if doctors stopped bemoaning this attack on their professional maturity and began recognizing how thoroughly justified it is.
- Pierre R. Garai (advertising executive) 1963