CJEM AND PHARMACEUTICAL ADVERTISEMENTS

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                                                                                     advertisements: it’s time for an end.
CJEM AND PHARMACEUTICAL                   tionships. Industry relationships are      CJEM 2009;11:375-9.
ADVERTISEMENTS                            governed by the CAEP codes of con-
                                          duct2 as well as the CAEP Industry      2. Canadian Association of Emergency
To the editor: Regarding the July 2009    Relations Policy.3 These policies can      Physicians. Administrative documents.
                                                                                     Available: http://caep.ca/template.asp
editorial “CJEM and pharmaceutical        be found on the CAEP website. The          ?id=392BB16DB92046B48CCC8D74
advertisements: it’s time for an end,”1   CAEP Board of Directors is always          C593EF28 (accessed 2009 Nov 30).
CAEP’s current position is that rela-     open to feedback from the member-
tionships between CAEP and indus-         ship on this or any other issue.        3. Policy of the Canadian Association of
                                                                                     Emergency Physicians. Interaction with
try, including pharmaceutical compa-
                                                                                     the pharmaceutical industry, health
nies, are acceptable. This applies by     Chris Evans, MD                            supplies industry and other commercial
extension to CJEM, as CAEP is the         President, CAEP                            bodies. Available: http://caep.ca/CMS
parent organization of CJEM, and                                                     /get_file.asp?id=5EB34E40EED0460
                                                 
				
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Description: To the editor: Regarding the July 2009 editorial "CJEM and pharmaceutical advertisements: it's time for an end,"1 CAEP's current position is that relationships between CAEP and industry, including pharmaceutical companies, are acceptable. This applies by extension to CJEM, as CAEP is the parent organization of CJEM, and pharmaceutical advertising in CJEM is a component of these industry relationships.
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