Laura E Hodges

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OBJECTIVE This study examines medical students' attitudes towards peer accountability. METHODS A nationally representative sample of 564 third year medical students was surveyed. Students reported their agreement or disagreement with two statements: "I feel professionally obligated to report peers whose personal behaviors compromise their professional(More)
PURPOSE Physicians' exposure to pharmaceutical industry marketing raises concerns about their ability to make unbiased, evidence-based prescription decisions. This exposure begins early in medical education. The authors examined the frequency and context of such exposures for students before matriculation to medical school. METHOD The authors distributed(More)
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