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Healthy Skepticism Library item: 2968

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Publication type: Journal Article

Phillips JS.
Drug advertisements
New Zealand Medical Journal 1978; 87:102-103


The analysis of information in journal advertisements may be incorrect because the author may not have distinguished between “reminder” ads and “complete” ads. The former contains no claims for a preparation other than to nominate a major therapeutic indication and does not have to provide detailed information. There has been a steady improvement in the quality of complete advertisements. The Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Assocation will take action against companies that violate provisions of its Code of Practice.

*letter to the editor/New Zealand/ journal advertisements/ Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association (NZ)/ regulation of promotion/ quality of information/ Code of Practice for the Pharmaceutical Industry (NZ)/EVALUATION OF PROMOTION: JOURNAL ADVERTISEMENTS/REGULATION, CODES, GUIDELINES: COMPLIANCE, SANCTIONS, STANDARDS/REGULATION, CODES, GUIDELINES: INDUSTRY SELF-REGULATION


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