Physician Professionalism and Changes in Physician-Industry Relationships From 2004 to 2009
Campbell, Eric G
Rao, Sowmya R
DesRoches, Catherine M
Iezzoni, Lisa I
Miralles, Paola D
Archives of internal medicine 2010 Nov 8; 170(20): 1820-6
One tenet of medical professionalism is managing conflicts of interest related to physician-industry relationships (PIRs). Since 2004 much has been done at the institutional, state, and national levels to limit PIRs. This study estimates the nature, extent, consequences, and changes in PIRs nationally.
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