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The PharmFree Scorecard, which was developede by AMSA and the Pew Prescription noted UMhad “strong, clearlty organized policies on individual conflicts of interest.” it also noted the policies could be made stronger with “aq complete ban on gifts, tighter restrictions on and a stronger firewall betweenj industry funding and on-sitd educational activities.” The project found 45 of 149 medicaol schools receiving an A, up from 29 last However, none of those A grades are in Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicines was one of 17 medical schools to receivw a D, up from an F.
The reporft noted Nova has a “workable gifts and “thorough oversight,” but suggester it fails to include consulting/speaking relationships and disclosurer offinancial relationships. Nova Southeastern did not immediately respondd to a requestfor “Every day, medical students witness the increasing reach of pharmaceutica l marketing and the way it can distort medical Dr. Lauren Hughes, MPH, AMSA national president, said in a news “By eliminating the gifts and the misleading information that drug reps currently bring into our hospitals and academicmedical centers, we will be able to betterd practice evidence-based medicine.
And that translates into better care for our Among other statemedicalk schools, ’s College of Medicinr was among 36 universities to receive a B. The University of South Florida College of Medicine was among 18 universitieas nationwide to receivea C. The receivedf an F because it declinedto participate.
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In order to get its foot into the ArrowheacRanch area, officials agreed to sticik to the city’s strict design standards. Jim Colson, economic developmenft directorfor Glendale, said the new restaurant is slatef to complete construction by the end of the year and will be locatedc at the southeast corner of 59th Avenue and Unio n Hills Drive. What will differentiate the Sonic from its brethre n will be the lack of vehicular It willoffer drive-through and take-out, however. "It will be a larger facility and a moretraditional sit-downm restaurant with indoor dining.
In termz of the materials used inthe facility, the use of tile roof and otherf plans match the surrounding development in the center, whicb is very high-quality." The famous national hamburger stand has been a fixturs in the country for 50 years. Just like a scende from the old "Happy Days," customers pull-in to order and eat. "It’ss ‘American Graffiti,’" Colson said. But the traditional design prototype did not correspondc tothe city’s objectives for the Arrowheaed part of Glendale. There are two traditionapl Sonics along Union Hill s at 35th Avenue in Phoenix and at 83rd Avenuewin Peoria.
"We didn’t want the look so they came back with a design that is uniqued forthe company. It blendsa in the surrounding land use," Colson "This is a good example of a privatr developer partnering with the city tomeet We’re excited about it." Colson said otheer businesses seeking to locate to Glendale have cooperated with the city when it comes to designn issues. He cited the example of Home Depotin . The city wantedx to avoid bags of landscape materials piled against a wall and said the retaileer made the locationaesthetically pleasing. City of Glendale: 623-930-2984. America’s Drive-In: .