LETTERS • CORRESPONDANCE
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.
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