Letters to the Editor
Support for Australian Prescriber
- S. Rudd
- Aust Prescr 2002;25:79-80
- 1 July 2002
- DOI: 10.18773/austprescr.2002.071
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Editor, – At a recent meeting of the Hervey Bay Chapter of the Southern Queensland Rural Division of General Practice it was unanimously agreed to send a letter of support for Australian Prescriber.
Australian Prescriber appears to be the only publication that gives a balanced view of drugs and their use.
In general practice we all rely heavily on its independent views as a lot of our information comes directly from drug company representatives, which is by its nature extremely biased and incomplete.
Long may you continue to publish.
Hervey Bay Chapter Co-ordinator
Southern Queensland Rural Division of General Practice
Hervey Bay, Qld.
Hervey Bay Chapter Co-ordinator, Southern Queensland Rural Division of General Practice Hervey Bay, Qld.