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Healthy Skepticism Library item: 2929

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Publication type: Journal Article

Holland AE.
Representatives and advertisements as sources of information.
Postgrad Med J 1977 Sep; 53:(623):559-61


The role of the representative and advertisements as information sources is discussed. Emphasis is placed on these as providing only part of the whole data package available to a doctor to enable him to make his prescribing decision.

*analysis/United Kingdom/drug representatives/Lederle/prescribing behavior/INFORMATION FROM INDUSTRY: DOCTORS/PROMOTIONAL TECHNIQUES: DETAILING/PROMOTIONAL TECHNIQUES: JOURNAL ADVERTISEMENTS/REGULATIONS, CODES, GUIDELINES: INTERNATIONAL CODES Advertising* Drug Industry* Drug Information Services* Great Britain Humans Information Services*


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