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ISMPP Announces Publication of Good Publication Practice for Communicating Company-Sponsored Medical Research: GPP2 Guidelines Published in the BMJ
Date:11/30/2009

BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y., Nov. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Good Publication Practice 2 (GPP2), a key guidance document for the publication of company-sponsored medical research, has been published online today by the British Medical Journal (BMJ). "The publication of GPP2 in BMJ is strong recognition of the importance of providing support and guidance for industry sponsored research and the publication of study results in the peer-reviewed medical literature," said Chris Graf, Associate Editorial Director, Wiley-Blackwell, lead author of GPP2 and member of the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP) Board of Trustees.

GPP2 is an update of the original Good Publication Practice (GPP) guidelines, which were published in 2003. In light of the increased scrutiny of pharmaceutical company involvement in publications and regulatory changes that have occurred over the past few years, the need to update GPP became readily apparent. ISMPP recognized this need and organized an international steering committee of 14 members who undertook the update. "A key expansion of GPP2 is providing guidance to medical device and biotechnology as well as pharmaceutical companies. More than 25 new recommendations, particularly guidance on the role of the professional medical writer, and two new checklists provide a balanced, up-to-date set of standards," said Yvonne E. Yarker, PhD, ISMPP Board of Trustees, GPP2 coauthor, and Senior Vice President, Medical Communications, Scientific Connexions, a division of KnowledgePoint 360. In addition to the steering committee, GPP2 had input from a large, diverse group of stakeholders. "The consulting process for GPP2 was very extensive with a global review from 116 individuals representing university academic medical centers, medical journal editors and publishers, professional organizations, pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotechnology companies, medical communication agencies, and medical writer
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