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Items published during the years 2000 to 2009

There are 14385 items in the Healthy Skepticism Library that were published during the years 2000 to 2009.

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Weir D
Let the Buyer Beware! The New Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code Heralds. Changes in Advertising Medicines.
Health Issues 63 2000 Jun

Metzl J
'Mother's Little Helper': The Crisis of Psychoanalysis and the Miltown Resolution
Gender & History 2003 Aug15:(2):228–255

Weeks WB, Wallace AE, Kimberly BC
The changing face of pharmaceutical advertising: A look at medical journals reveals a new era in advertising.
Marketing Health Services 2001; 27-30

Muldoon C.
Pharmaceutical advertising: fact or fiction?
Pharmacoepidemiol Drug Saf 2004; 13:(11):801-2

Marwick C.
Federal funding for comparative drug studies not in US budget.
BMJ 2004 13; 328:(7440):603

Designing A Prescription Drug Benefit
Health Affairs 2004; 23:(1):123

Iglehart JK
An Industry Under Siege Mounts Counterattack
Health Affairs 2004 00 00; 23:(1):7

Hindle D.
Are Australia's drugs too cheap for our own good?
Aust Health Rev 2001; 24:(2):4-6

Dalton A.
Australia's pharmaceutical benefits system: flawed but improving, and better than anywhere else.
Aust Health Rev 2001; 24:(2):7-14

Viney R.
Funding arrangements for pharmaceuticals: can economic evaluation promote efficiency?
Aust Health Rev 2001; 24:(2):21-4

Hartigan-Go K.
The pharmaceutical situation in the Philippines.
Aust Health Rev 2001; 24:(2):25-31

Gilsdorf JR.
As drug marketing pays off, my mother pays up.
Health Aff (Millwood) 2004; 23:(1):208-12

Lenzer J.
Stockholders protest Pfizer's drug prices.
CMAJ 2004 6; 171:(1):24

Lexchin J.
The siren call of new drugs.
Expert Rev Pharmacoecon Outcomes Res 2003; 3:(5):513-5

Lexchin J.
Interactions between doctors and pharmaceutical sales representatives.
Can J Clin Pharmacol 2001; 8:(2):64-5

Haynes S
Pharma relationship healthy
Medical Observer 2005 Jan15

Goodman B.
All rationalizations large and small.
Am J Bioeth 2003; 3:(3):57-8

Huxhagen K
Pharmacy and Drug Companies - An alliance with some problems
Information to Pharmacists 2003 Sep

Siegel L
DTC Advertising: Bane...or Blessing?
Pharmaceutical Executive 2000 Oct140-152

Peters J
Hard to swallow: The high cost of direct-to-consumer advertising.
Minnesota Medicine 2001; 84:

DTC ads hotly debated
Pharmacy Today 2001 Jan3, 12

Tudiver S
Advertising Prescription Drugs to Consumers: Why women should be wary of direct advertising of drugs
A Friend Indeed 2001 Mar1-3

Advertising Prescription Drugs
Which Online 2001

Panckhurst P
Inside the drug wars
AdMedia 2000 July

Hollon MF.
Direct-to-consumer advertising: a haphazard approach to health promotion.
JAMA 2005 27; 293:(16):2030-3

McNee W.
More on DTCA and the cost of asthma inhalers.
N Z Med J 2003 7; 116:(1185):U673

Griffiths IJ.
Opponents of DTCA need the objectivity they expect of advertisers.
N Z Med J 2003 10; 116:(1183):U641

Medsafe to report on advert self regulation
Pharmacology Today 2000 Apr8

New legislation
Pharmacy Today 2000 Apr1-2

Medwar C
Because you're worth it
Health Matters Date uncertain 20007

Gönül FF, Carter F, Wind J.
What kind of patients and physicians value direct-to-consumer advertising of prescription drugs.
Health Care Manag Sci 2000; 3:(3):215-26

Berndt ER, Bhattacharjya A, Mishol DN, Arcelus A, Lasky T.
An analysis of the diffusion of new antidepressants: variety, quality, and marketing efforts.
J Ment Health Policy Econ 2002; 5:(1):3-19

Barry HC, Ebell MH, Shaughnessy AF, Slawson DC, Nietzke F.
Family physicians' use of medical abstracts to guide decision making: style or substance?
J Am Board Fam Pract 2001; 14:(6):437-42

Avorn J, Solomon DH.
Cultural and economic factors that (mis)shape antibiotic use: the nonpharmacologic basis of therapeutics.
Ann Intern Med 2000 18; 133:(2):128-35

Astrup A, Marckmann P, Blundell J.
Oiling of health messages in marketing of food.
Lancet 2000 25; 356:(9244):1786

Buetow S.
What motivates health professionals? Opportunities to gain greater insight from theory.
J Health Serv Res Policy 2007; 12:(3):183-5

Eva KW, Regehr G.
Knowing when to look it up: a new conception of self-assessment ability.
Acad Med 2007; 82:(10):

Malcolm L, Wright L, Seers M, Davies L, Guthrie J.
Laboratory expenditure in Pegasus Medical Group: a comparison of high and low users of laboratory tests with academics.
N Z Med J 2000 10; 113:(1105):79-81

'One pill makes you larger...' Don't be seduced by pharmaceutical companies.
Am J Nurs. 2000; 100:(12):7

O'Toole TP, Kathuria N, Mishra M, Schukart D.
Teaching professionalism within a community context: perspectives from a national demonstration project.
Acad Med 2005 Apr; 80:(4):339-43

Naylor CD.
The complex world of prescribing behavior.
JAMA 2004 7; 291:(1):104-6

Nathan DG, Weatherall DJ.
Academic freedom in clinical research.
N Engl J Med 2002 24; 347:(17):1368-71

Mukamal KJ, Markson LJ, Flier SR, Calabrese D.
Restocking the sample closet: results of a trial to alter medication prescribing.
J Am Board Fam Pract 2002; 15:(4):285-9

Montori VM, Jaeschke R, Schünemann HJ, Bhandari M, Brozek JL, Devereaux PJ, Guyatt GH.
Users' guide to detecting misleading claims in clinical research reports.
BMJ 2004 6; 329:(7474):1093-6

Miller NM, McGowen RK.
The painful truth: physicians are not invincible.
South Med J 2000; 93:(10):966-73

Lempp H, Seale C.
The hidden curriculum in undergraduate medical education: qualitative study of medical students' perceptions of teaching.
BMJ 2004 2; 329:(7469):770-3

Laing R, Hogerzeil H, Ross-Degnan D.
Ten recommendations to improve use of medicines in developing countries.
Health Policy Plan 2001; 16:(1):13-20

Klein D, MacDonald A, Drummond N, Cave A.
A qualitative study to identify factors influencing COXIB prescribed by family physicians for musculoskeletal disorders.
Fam Pract 2006; 23:(6):659-65

Kerr NL, Tindale RS.
Group performance and decision making.
Annu Rev Psychol 2004; 55:623-55:

Kessenich CR.
The garden of good and evil: pharmaceutical companies and the perspective practices of PNPs.
J Pediatr Health Care 2000; 14:(6):324-6

Kee F, Bickle I.
Critical thinking and critical appraisal: the chicken and the egg?
QJM 2004; 97:(9):609-14

Kassirer JP.
A piece of my mind: financial indigestion.
JAMA 2000 1; 284:(17):2156-7

Hubbard T, Love J.
A new trade framework for global healthcare R&D.
PLoS Biol 2004; 2:(2):E52

Friedman C, Gatti G, Elstein A, Franz T, Murphy G, Wolf F
Are clinicians correct when they believe they are correct? Implications for medical decision support.
Stud Health Technol Inform 2001; 84:(Pt 1):454-8.

Elstein AS, Schwartz A.
Clinical problem solving and diagnostic decision making: selective review of the cognitive literature.
BMJ 2002 23; 324:(7339):729-32

Edwards W, Fasolo B.
Decision technology.
Annu Rev Psychol 2001; 52:581-606:

Doust J, Del Mar C.
Why do doctors use treatments that do not work? For many reasons - including their inability to stand idle and do nothing
BMJ 2004 28; 328:(7438):474-5

DiMasi JA, Hansen RW, Grabowski HG.
The price of innovation: new estimates of drug development costs.
J Health Econ 2003; 22:(2):151-85

Deyo RA.
Gaps, tensions, and conflicts in the FDA approval process: implications for clinical practice.
J Am Board Fam Pract 2004; 17:(2):142-9

Yavas U, Riecken G.
A comparison of medical professionals with favorable and unfavorable attitudes toward advertising: an empirical study.
Health Mark Q 2001; 18:(3-4):13-26

Wood W.
Attitude change: persuasion and social influence.
Annu Rev Psychol 2000; 51:539-70:

Wilkes MS, Hoffman JR.
An innovative approach to educating medical students about pharmaceutical promotion.
Acad Med 2001; 76:(12):1271-7;jsessionid=Q2pST3nqdh1K2KKqfnJssTZPgGsTh55TXJkCm2K1TkhgfZLr0hLd!755119086!181195629!8091!-1?issn=1040-2446&volume=76&issue=12&spage=1271

Prosser H, Walley T.
New drug prescribing by hospital doctors: the nature and meaning of knowledge.
Soc Sci Med 2006; 62:(7):1565-78

Shiell A, Chapman S.
The inertia of self-regulation: a game-theoretic approach to reducing passive smoking in restaurants.
Soc Sci Med 2000; 51:(7):1111-9

Cutts C, Tett SE.
Doctors perceptions of the influences on their prescribing: a comparison of general practitioners based in rural and urban Australia.
Eur J Clin Pharmacol 2003; 58:(11):761-6

Curtis LH, Østbye T, Sendersky V, Hutchison S, Dans PE, Wright A, Woosley RL, Schulman KA.
Inappropriate prescribing for elderly Americans in a large outpatient population.
Arch Intern Med 2004 9-23; 164:(15):1621-5

Calvo CB, Rubinstein A.
Influence of new evidence on prescription patterns.
J Am Board Fam Pract 2002; 15:(6):457-62

Britten N, Jenkins L, Barber N, Bradley C, Stevenson F.
Developing a measure for the appropriateness of prescribing in general practice.
Qual Saf Health Care 2003; 12:(4):246-50

Raisch DW, Troutman WG, Sather MR, Fudala PJ.
Variability in the assessment of adverse events in a multicenter clinical trial.
Clin Ther 2001; 23:(12):2011-20

Ray WA, Stein CM.
Reform of drug regulation--beyond an independent drug-safety board.
N Engl J Med 2006 12; 354:(2):194-201

Fugh-Berman A, Scialli AR.
Gynecologists and estrogen: an affair of the heart.
Perspect Biol Med 2006; 49:(1):115-30

Robertson J, Fryer JL, O'Connell DL, Sprogis A, Henry DA.
The impact of specialists on prescribing by general practitioners.
Med J Aust 2001 15; 175:(8):407-11

Robertson J, Treloar CJ, Sprogis A, Henry DA
The influence of specialists on prescribing by GPs. A qualitative study.
Aust Fam Physician 2003; 32:(7):573-6.

Slawson DC, Shaughnessy AF.
Teaching evidence-based medicine: should we be teaching information management instead?
Acad Med 2005; 80:(7):685-9;jsessionid=Q28c5HzQYxKHkZx38Q9rV0XlTy5zLmtnt1lGwXtq1yVNGrNpmmhz!755119086!181195629!8091!-1?issn=1040-2446&volume=80&issue=7&spage=685

Slotnick HB.
How doctors learn: education and learning across the medical-school-to-practice trajectory.
Acad Med 2001; 76:(10):1013-26;jsessionid=Q29D4fLTJ6VL5Zn4PRh16yyQJRrGy5nDN8g3pycncrDQXmdL9ybF!755119086!181195629!8091!-1?issn=1040-2446&volume=76&issue=10&spage=1013

Spiller LD, Wymer WW Jr.
Physicians' perceptions and uses of commercial drug information sources: an examination of pharmaceutical marketing to physicians.
Health Mark Q 2001; 19:(1):91-106

Stein P, Valery E.
Competition: an antidote to the high price of prescription drugs.
Health Aff (Millwood) 2004; 23:(4):151-8

Steinman MA.
MSJAMA: gifts to physicians in the consumer marketing era.
JAMA 2000 1; 284:(17):2243

Sullivan G, Lansbury GF.
Physiotherapists' use of medications and the influence of drug companies.
Med J Aust 2001 19; 174:(4):200

Woolf SH, Johnson RE.
The break-even point: when medical advances are less important than improving the fidelity with which they are delivered.
Ann Fam Med 2005; 3:(6):545-52

Dolinski D.
On inferring one's beliefs from one's attempt and consequences for subsequent compliance.
J Pers Soc Psychol 2000; 78:(2):260-72

Bröder A.
Assessing the empirical validity of the
J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2000; 26:(5):1332-46

Winter PL, Sagarin BJ, Rhoads K, Barrett DW, Cialdini RB.
Choosing to Encourage or Discourage: Perceived Effectiveness of Prescriptive Versus Proscriptive Messages.
Environ Manage 2000; 26:(6):589-594

De Houwer J, Thomas S, Baeyens F.
Associative learning of likes and dislikes: a review of 25 years of research on human evaluative conditioning.
Psychol Bull 2001; 127:(6):853-69

Mazza D
Why aren't GPs using clinical practice guidelines?
GP Review 2000 Sep4-5

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