How You Can Help
PharmedOut was founded through the Attorney General Consumer and Prescriber Education grant program (AGCPGP) and is currently funded through individual donations. Please consider supporting us!
Credit card contributions can be made online. Please be sure to choose PharmedOut Research.
Checks should be made out to Georgetown University. Please designate PharmedOut in the memo section of your check or in accompanying correspondence and mail to the address at bottom of page. We also welcome gifts of securities, as well as bequests. All gifts are tax-deductible, and 100% of donations go to PharmedOut.
PharmedOut depends on professional volunteers, student interns, and pro-bono services. Medical and graduate students regularly do rotations and on-site research projects with us. If you are interested in volunteering or providing pro-bono services (especially legal, technical web skills, and fundraising expertise) please contact us.
Interns are a vital part of the PharmedOut team. Whether helping plan for a conference or working on their own research project, interns have made PharmedOut the research and advocacy group that it is today. If you are interested in working with us, please send an email to our project manager with a resume and short paragraph on why you are interested in interning at PharmedOut.
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PharmedOut physicians are available to provide Grand Rounds, seminars, lectures or workshops on physician-industry relationships, promotion and prescribing, and evaluating medical evidence.
Here are some tools you can use to make sure your office is a pharma-free space:
Do not allow drug reps in your office (No Drug Reps Certificate)
Opt Out of drug reps knowing what you prescribe.
Don't attend industry-sponsored events
Hold pharma-free meetings (Meeting Tips)
Take Pharma-Free CME
Prescribe Generic Drugs (Fast Facts on Generics)