Promoting Evidence-Based Prescribing, Pharmaceutical Innovation, and Access to Medicines
May 02, 2012 | from New York Times
A Sharp Rise in Scientific Journal Retractions
NYT Reports scientific retractions are on the rise because of a "dysfunctional scientific climate" that has created a "winner-take-all game with perverse incentives that lead scientists to cut corners and, in some cases, commit acts of misconduct".
May 02, 2012 | from
Georgetown University Medical Center PharmedOut Annual Conferance
PharmedOut announces its third annual conference, Missing The Target: When Practitioners Harm More Than Heal, to be held on June 14th and 15th, 2012 at Georgetown University.
March 31, 2012 | from NEJM
Industry Support of CME Are We at the Tipping Point?
Although industry support for accredited CME is unlikely to disappear entirely in the near future, a sea change toward greater restriction is beginning to happen as a result of cultural, regulatory, and economic changes and a few courageous acts. CME and health care will be better for it.