Advertising Policy

American Health & Drug Benefits receives advertising support for its print and online editions and maintains editorial integrity through policies that define the Editorial/Advertiser relationship:

  • Print and online advertising does not influence editorial decisions, and advertising is not an endorsement by the Publisher, Editor, or the Editorial Board.
  • AHDB reserves the right to refuse any advertising for any reason maintaining a climate consistent with the journal’s high standards of healthcare editorial.
  • Editors have full and final authority for approving print and online advertisements and for enforcing the advertising policy.
  • Print advertisements are interspersed throughout the journal but do not interrupt the flow articles. The journal website contains online banner advertising.
  • To avoid implied endorsement by the Journal, the article, or the authors of the article, advertisements are not adjacent to articles addressing the product or its disease state.
  • The Publisher reserves the right to print the word “Advertisement” on any advertisement where it may not be clear, so readers can distinguish readily between advertising and editorial.
  • It is the responsibility of the advertiser and its agencies to adhere to appropriate legal requirements and regulations (for example, FDA regulations regarding advertising and promotion).
Last Updated: 25 February 2014
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