Beliefs and practices of emergency medicine faculty and residents regarding professional interactions with the biomedical industry.
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. Annual meeting. Toronto ON (USA), 1993/05.
To examine emergency medicine resident training and understanding of general bioethics and resident and faculty attitudes and behavior regarding professional interactions with the biomedical industry.
Two companion questionnaire surveys.
Annual resident in-service examination and written director survey with telephone follow-up.
Emergency medicine residents and program directors.
Khi2 analysis was used for questions involving relationships among variables with dichotomous or categorical response.
An analysis of variance or Pearson Product Moment Correlation was calculated for questions with continuous variables.
Measurements and main results
The surveys were completed by 1,385 of 1,836 (75%) residents and 80 of 81 (99%) residency directors.
Mots-clés Pascal : Médecin, Industrie, Pratique professionnelle, Enseignement, Génie biomédical, Industrie pharmaceutique, Homme, Exploration, Questionnaire, Etats Unis, Attitude, Ethique, Réanimation, Amérique du Nord, Amérique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Physician, Industry, Professional practice, Teaching, Biomedical engineering, Pharmaceutical industry, Human, Exploration, Questionnaire, United States, Attitude, Ethics, Resuscitation, North America, America
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