The Ethics of Accepting Gifts From Pharmaceutical Companies
Margolis, Lewis H.
Pediatrics. 1991 Dec; 88(6): 1233-1237.
Advertising; Autonomy; Beneficence; Conflict of Interest; Consent; Disclosure; Drug Industry; Drugs; Economics; Education; Ethics; Gifts; Health; Health Care; Incentives; Industry; Informed Consent; Justice; Moral Policy; Patient Advocacy; Patient Care; Pediatrics; Physicians; Professional Autonomy; Regulation; Remuneration; Research; Research Subjects; Self Regulation; Therapeutic Research; Utilitarianism;
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Brett, Allan S.; Burr, Wayne; Moloo, Jamaluddin (2003-10-13)BACKGROUND: Personalized pharmaceutical marketing to physicians, including the provision of gifts and sponsorship of educational and recreational activities, raises ethical issues. We sought to determine the degree to which ...