Physicians are less skeptical of information received at medical exhibitions than they are of marketing from pharmaceutical field sales representatives or medical journal advertisements, according to a new study by the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy for the Healthcare Convention and Exhibition Association. The report—“Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Marketing Efforts: Messages Lost in Skepticism?”—was presented by the research team at HCEA’s annual meeting, held this ...

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