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Gifts and influence: Conflict of interest policies and prescribing of psychotropic medications in the United States
The pharmaceutical industry spends roughly 15 billion dollars annually on detailing – providing gifts, information, samples, trips, honoraria and other inducements – to physicians in order to encourage them to prescribe their drugs. In response, several states in the United States adopted policies that restrict detailing. Some states banned gifts from pharmaceutical companies to doctors, other states simply required physicians to disclose the gifts they receive, while most states alloweddoi:10.7916/d8-tcf7-0e60 fatcat:qkzqo6toonhjjirq2vgk2d6mhq