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(2005; 165 pages)
Drug bulletins have the task of providing independent advice on the best use of medicines, making sure that readers know the strength of the basis for that advice and suggesting how that advice might be further strengthened. In addition to being clearly written, the advice should be reliable, unambiguous, independent, and understandable. Also, it needs to be relevant to, and implementable in, the local health environment. Through their writing, bulletins should work to become a source of advice that is trusted and needed by health workers and the public alike.