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Impact of pharmaceutical industry involvement in the external review of clinical practice guidelines-A case study.

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Summary of "Impact of pharmaceutical industry involvement in the external review of clinical practice guidelines-A case study."

External review is important when developing clinical practice guidelines. Involving pharmaceutical companies may influence guideline recommendations in their favour and is therefore controversial. Our study aimed to measure stakeholder participation in the external review of the 2016 European acne guideline and assess the extent to which comments submitted by pharmaceutical companies suggested changes favouring their own products.

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Name: Journal of evaluation in clinical practice
ISSN: 1365-2753
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