Good publication practice guidelines for medical communications agencies: a MedComm perspective.

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BACKGROUND Physicians and other health care personnel rely on the peer-reviewed biomedical literature as a key source for making clinical decisions. Thus, ensuring that the nonclinical and clinical findings published in biomedical journals are reported accurately and clearly, without undue influence from commercial interests, is essential. Accordingly… (More)
DOI: 10.1185/03007990802646584

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@article{BareketSamish2009GoodPP, title={Good publication practice guidelines for medical communications agencies: a MedComm perspective.}, author={Avital Bareket-Samish and Mark W Denny and Brian A. Ruzicka and Marina Bogush and Kathleen Flynn and Katrin Glinka and B McMahon-Wise and Shawn E R Schiller and P Sjostedt and Natalie A. Matheson}, journal={Current medical research and opinion}, year={2009}, volume={25 2}, pages={453-61} }