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P02-184 - The European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees’ Psychiatric Resident - Industry Relationship Survey (EFPT-PRIRS)

  • F. Riese (a1), S. Jauhar (a2), S. Guloksuz (a3), O. Andlauer (a4), G. Lydall (a5), J. Gama Marques (a6), J. Van Zanten (a7), M. Bendix (a8), D. Giacco (a9), S. Gerber (a10), L. Mendonca (a11), A. Nawka (a12), N. De Vriendt (a13), A. Nazaraliev (a14), R. Psaras (a15), I. Nwachukw (a16), C. Roventa (a17), O. Atay (a18), F. Coccia (a19), H. Barry (a16), J. Nikitopoulos (a20), M. Rusaka (a21), M. Kudinova (a22), M. Mitkovic (a23), N. Ostrovschi (a24), P. Sos (a25), P. Wuyts (a26), I. Rakos (a27), U. Volpe (a9) and European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees (EFPT) Research Group...

Abstract

Introduction

There is growing concern about the influence of the pharmaceutical industry on psychiatric teaching and psychiatric professionalism as a whole. As a consequence, several national and international medical and psychiatric associations have issued guidelines to regulate the interactions between physicians and industry.

Objectives

The EFPT-PRIRS study aims to provide the lacking data on the extent and nature of these interactions among psychiatric trainees across Europe.

Methods

Study objectives were determined by the EFPT research group (EFPT-RG), after discussion with national and international experts. A survey was then devised compiling previously published questionnaires extending them by questions with specific relevance to psychiatric trainees. The resulting questionnaire was piloted amongst members of the EFPT-RG, modified accordingly and subsequently distributed to the national study coordinators. All 24 EFPT member countries were invited to participate in the study and data collection is currently ongoing.

Preliminary results

Preliminary analysis reveals the vast differences in industry - trainee relationships across European countries as well as major differences in personal attitudes towards these interactions.

EFPT-PRIRS will potentially have an impact on the regulation of the interactions between the pharmaceutical industry and psychiatric trainees.

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P02-184 - The European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees’ Psychiatric Resident - Industry Relationship Survey (EFPT-PRIRS)

  • F. Riese (a1), S. Jauhar (a2), S. Guloksuz (a3), O. Andlauer (a4), G. Lydall (a5), J. Gama Marques (a6), J. Van Zanten (a7), M. Bendix (a8), D. Giacco (a9), S. Gerber (a10), L. Mendonca (a11), A. Nawka (a12), N. De Vriendt (a13), A. Nazaraliev (a14), R. Psaras (a15), I. Nwachukw (a16), C. Roventa (a17), O. Atay (a18), F. Coccia (a19), H. Barry (a16), J. Nikitopoulos (a20), M. Rusaka (a21), M. Kudinova (a22), M. Mitkovic (a23), N. Ostrovschi (a24), P. Sos (a25), P. Wuyts (a26), I. Rakos (a27), U. Volpe (a9) and European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees (EFPT) Research Group...

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P02-184 - The European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees’ Psychiatric Resident - Industry Relationship Survey (EFPT-PRIRS)

  • F. Riese (a1), S. Jauhar (a2), S. Guloksuz (a3), O. Andlauer (a4), G. Lydall (a5), J. Gama Marques (a6), J. Van Zanten (a7), M. Bendix (a8), D. Giacco (a9), S. Gerber (a10), L. Mendonca (a11), A. Nawka (a12), N. De Vriendt (a13), A. Nazaraliev (a14), R. Psaras (a15), I. Nwachukw (a16), C. Roventa (a17), O. Atay (a18), F. Coccia (a19), H. Barry (a16), J. Nikitopoulos (a20), M. Rusaka (a21), M. Kudinova (a22), M. Mitkovic (a23), N. Ostrovschi (a24), P. Sos (a25), P. Wuyts (a26), I. Rakos (a27), U. Volpe (a9) and European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees (EFPT) Research Group...
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