ABPI Code of Practice sets standards for the promotion of medicines to health professionals and other relevant decision makers in the UK.
The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) commissioned Traverse, an independent research organisation, to undertake research into attitudes towards the Code of Practice for the industry.
Disclosure UK is part of a Europe-wide initiative to increase transparency between pharmaceutical companies and the doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other health professionals and organisations it works with.
As well as searching Disclosure UK you can also download the full dataset and Methodological Notes to explore the data further.
Prescription medicines are important therapeutic options which can be prescribed in order to prevent, treat or cure diseases and symptoms.
The ABPI recognises that there are occasions where the use of unlicensed medicines is required in the best medical interests of individual patients. As set out in medicines regulations and professional guidance, these circumstances should be limited to occasions where there is no suitable licensed...
The ABPI has produced this sourcebook to support pharmaceutical companies in working successfully and collaboratively with patients and patient organisations.
The ABPI works with medical research charities and patient organisations to inform and shape our policies, encourage greater industry and charity collaboration and hosts the Patient Organisation Forum to facilitate joint working and networking.
Charities and Industry work together in a number of ways to develop and deliver more impactful medicines to patients. It’s important that this work is open and mutually beneficial. The ABPI supports this through the ABPI Code, Guidance and tools to do so.
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