Significant amounts of time, effort, and money go into publishing peer-reviewed medical articles.
However, there is a growing perception that health-care professionals (HCPs) no longer read medical literature. So, do HCPs still actually read peer-reviewed articles? And, if so, do they help inform clinical practice?
We conducted two anonymous surveys to assess the extent to which HCPs access, interact with, and use clinical data published in peer-reviewed journals.
Click on the links below to view the findings in our award-winning posters from the Medical Affairs Professional Society and ISMPP Annual Meetings.