AMA Guidelines on Doctors' Relationships with Industry
It is important that doctors (medical practitioners) and industry work collaboratively to improve the quality of, and access to, health care through the development of and access to new and improved therapeutic products, treatments and services.
In 2018, the AMA released guidelines to assist doctors with understanding their responsibilities when working with industry.
The AMA Guidelines on Doctors’ Relationships with Industry 2018 serves to assist you to appropriately identify and manage your working arrangements with industry.
Type 1 hour Online Learning
Accreditation ACRRM 1 PDP RACGP 2 QI&CPD points
Develop a broad understanding of the AMA Guidelines on Doctors' Relationship with Industry
Name the principles that underpin the guidelines
Apply ethical practices when engaging with medical industry
Types of relationships with industry
Industry marketing and promotion
Professional education and training
Industry sponsored research involving human participants, post-marketing surveillance studies and marketing research
Meetings and activities organised independent of industry
Training organised by industry
Hospitality and entertainment
Use of professional status to promote the interests of industry
Remuneration for services
Dispensing and related issues
Relationships involving industry representatives
Relationships with other medical service and health service providers
Focus Health industry, pharmaceuticals, medical device, General Practitioner, ethical guideline, medical education, sponsor, product sample
Medical Audience GP, GP Registrar, Specialist, Doctor in Training (DIT), Medical Student, International Medical Graduate, Overseas Trained Doctor
Australian Medical Association
1h : 0m
MBA: 1h : 0m RACGP: 2 pts
$33.00 inc. of GST
Ethics and Professionalism
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