Projects funded by the Attorney General Consumer and Prescriber Grant Program
A program developed to improve awareness of drug development and pharmaceutical marketing practices, and to positively impact prescribing behaviors among advanced practice nurses.
An independent, publicly funded project that empowers physicians to identify and counter inappropriate pharmaceutical promotion practices by providing news, resources, and links to pharma-free CME courses.
A site by health care providers whose mission is to encourage the practice of medicine based on scientific evidence rather than on pharmaceutical promotion.
A public education program that offers free guidance for consumers on prescription medicines.
Food and Drug Administration’s website where you can find drug safety information, warning letters about drugs, and instructions on how to report adverse events.
Excellent Pharma watchdog blog by Ed Silverman, a prize-winning journalist who has covered the pharmaceutical industry for more than 12 years.
Improving health by reducing harm from misleading drug promotion.
This nonprofit organization investigates and exposes public relations spin and propaganda, and promotes media literacy and citizen journalism, in order to promote participatory democracy.
Pushing Prescriptions: How the drug industry sells its agenda at the public´s expense.
A national, nonprofit consumer advocacy organization founded in 1971 to represent consumer interests in Congress, the executive branch and the courts.
A leading legal advocate for people with mental disabilities.
The latest research on "what works" in therapy is translated into principles for clinical practice.
A national network of lay people and professionals dedicated to advancing responsible and ethical medical research practices, to minimizing the risks associated with such endeavors and to ensuring that the human rights, dignity and welfare of human subjects are protected.
A support and activism community run by and for people labeled with severe 'mental disorders.' They call for compassion, human rights, self-determination, and holistic options as alternatives to the current mental health system.
A network of people living with experiences that are commonly labeled as psychiatric conditions who believe their experiences are “gifts to be cultivated” rather than diseases or disorders to be eliminated.
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