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    • European psychiatric trainees and their interactions with the pharmaceutical industry: results from the efpt-prirs study 

      Riese, F.; Guloksuz, S.; Roventa, C.; Fair, J. D.; Haravuori, H.; Rolko, T.; Flynn, D.; Giacco, D.; Banjac, V.; Jovanovic, N.; Bayat, N.; Palumbo, C.; Rusaka, M.; KILIÇ, ÖZGE; Augenaite, J.; Nawka, A.; Zenger, M.; Kekin, I.; Wuyts, P.; Barrett, E.; Bausch-Becker, N.; Mikaliunas, J.; del Valle, E.; Feffer, K.; Lomax, G. A.; Marques, J. Gama; Jauhar, S. (2013-01-01)
    • Pharmaceutical industry interactions of psychiatric trainees from 20 European countries 

      Riese, F.; Guloksuz, S.; Roventa, C.; Fair, J. D.; Haravuori, H.; Rolko, T.; Flynn, D.; Giacco, D.; Banjac, V.; Jovanovic, N.; Bayat, N.; Palumbo, C.; Rusaka, M.; KILIÇ, ÖZGE; Augenaite, J.; Nawka, A.; Zenger, M.; Kekin, I.; Wuyts, P.; Barrett, E.; Bausch-Becker, N.; Mikaliunas, J.; del Valle, E.; Feffer, K.; Lomax, G. A.; Marques, J. G.; Jauhar, S. (2015-02-01)
      Background: Interactions between the pharmaceutical industry (PI) and psychiatrists have been under scrutiny recently, though there is little empirical evidence on the nature of the relationship and its intensity at ...