Advertising and supplements policy
Advertising policies in print and on-line
- It is the responsibility of any company placing an advertisement with our Journals to ensure that it’s advertisement complies with the Medicines Act requirements for advertising to health professionals (eg honesty, legality and decency).
- It is the responsibility of any company placing an advertisement with our Journals to ensure that it’s advertisement complies with the current ABPI Code of Practice for advertisements to health professionals.
- The journal reserves the right not to accept advertisements for unlicenced products or products or services that may be deemed controversial by Wiley or in poor taste
- Advertisements for products and services where editorial board members may have a conflict of interest will not normally be accepted.
Text heavy print adverts (so called advertisement features) must be clearly labelled as advertisements and must not resemble bona fide editorial (eg font and style)
- All sponsored work must comply with the current ABPI Code of Practice relating to sponsored work.
- All sponsored work must comply with the editorial policies of the journal.
- All sponsored materials will clearly identify the sponsor on the front page
- Sponsored material will carry a clear statement indicating the nature of the sponsor’s involvement
- Materials will carry Prescribing Information (unless produced through an “arm’s length” process where the materials are not used promotionally)
- Authors of sponsored materials will be required to declare any competing interests and these will be included in the published material.