Interactions With the Pharmaceutical Industry: Experiences and Attitudes of Psychiatry Residents, Interns and Clerks
Canadian Medical Association Journal. 1995 Sep 1; 153(5): 553-559.
Attitudes; Conflict of Interest; Drug Industry; Drugs; Economics; Education; Food; Gifts; Guidelines; Health; Health Care; Hospitals; Incentives; Industry; Information Dissemination; Internship and Residency; Medical Education; Organizations; Patient Care; Physicians; Professional Organizations; Psychiatry; Pharmaceutical Industry; Regulation; Residency; Self Regulation; Survey; Time Factors;
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