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Anonymous Complaints and the Supply Of Information

There are many reasons someone might make an anonymous complaint. Anonymity gives the complainant freedom to speak up without fear of discrimination or censure, especially if they are part of or known to the pharmaceutical industry. If an individual has attempted to raise a potential breach internally, or are unable to do so, then an […]

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E-Learning With CompliMed

Distance learning is not a new phenomenon, but the advent of the internet has taken it to the next level. Improved network speeds and communication technology make it easier than ever for content to be shared worldwide, meaning that, as long as you have a tablet and an internet connection, you can learn just about […]

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Direct Complaints vs Inter-Company Dialogue

In a recently completed case filed against Pfizer, an interesting note was made in the case report regarding the anonymity of the complainant, who was described as a consultant to a pharmaceutical company. ‘It had previously been decided, following consideration by the then Code of Practice Committee and the ABPI Board of Management, that private […]

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Agencies, Awards, Advertising and The Code

A large volume of varied material is used by just about every industry to communicate with their chosen audiences, and the pharmaceutical industry is no exception. However, when most of this material is produced by third party agencies, it’s important for pharma companies to ascertain that the agencies they employ are fully cognisant of the […]

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