X hits on this document

Word document

CITATION: Presented at the International Conference on Improving Use of - page 31 / 51





31 / 51

Improving Primary Care Pharmaceutical Use


ADDR.  Final report on the Applied Diarrheal Diseases Research Project, 1985-1995.  Cambridge: Harvard Institute for International Development.  1996.

Agyepong I., Anum P., Arhinful D., Ofori-Adjei D. The impact of group development of treatment norms on prescribing at PHC levels in the greater Accra Region.  Final Report.  Ministry of Health, Greater Accra Region and Centre for Clinical and Tropical Pharmacology, University of Ghana Medical School. 1996.

Angunawela I., Diwan V., Tomson G. Experimental evaluation of the effects of drug information on antibiotic prescribing: A study in outpatient care in an area of Sri Lanka. Int J Epidemiology, 1991, Vol.20, No.2, pp.558-564.

Australia DHHS.  Proceedings of the first International Conference on National Medicinal Drug Policies (1995 Sydney.Conference)  Sydney: Australia Department of Health and Human Services and the World Health Organization Action Programme on Essential Drugs. 1997.

Bang A., Bang R., Tale O., Sontakke P., Solanki J., Wargantiwar R., Kelzarkar P. Reduction in pneumonia mortality and total childhood mortality by means of community-based intervention trial in Gadchiroli, India. Lancet, 1990; 336: 201-206.

Bang A., et al. Management of childhood pneumonia by traditional birth attendants. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 1994, Vol.72, No.6., pp.897-905.

Bexell A., Lwando E., Tembo S., von Hofsten B., Diwan V. Does information improve prescribing practice and patient management in primary health care? Report from an international study in 16 health centers in Lusaka, Zambia. In East and Central African Regional Essential Drugs Programme Training Project, 1991-1994. Management Sciences for Health.  1995, pp.247-265.

Bloor K. and Freemantle N. Lessons from international experience in controlling pharmaceutical expenditure. II: Influencing doctors. BMJ.  1996 (a); 312: 15251527.

Bloor K, Maynard A, Freemantle N. Lessons from International Experience in Controlling Pharmaceutical Expenditure III: Regulating Industry. BMJ. 1996 (b); 313: 33-35.

Campbell DT, Stanley JC.  Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Designs for Research.  Chapter in N.L. Gage, ed., Handbook of Research on Teaching. Chicago: Rand-McNally, 1963.

Castro R., Bronfman M., Castro V., Guiscafré H., Gutiérrez G. [Strategies for improving the therapeutic patterns used in acute diarrhea in primary medical care units. IX. Analysis of the economic impact of the strategy used]. Arch Invest Med (Méx) 1988; 19: 427436.

Chalker J. Effect of a drug supply and cost sharing system on prescribing and utilization: a controlled trial from Nepal. Health Policy and Planning 1995; 10(4): 423-430.

Chowdhury A.K.A., Khan O.F., Matin M.A., Begum K., Galib M.A.  Effect of standard treatment guidelines with or without audit on prescribing for acute respiratory infections in government health facilities in Bangladesh.  Unpublished report.  International Network for Rational Use of Drugs.  1996.

Chowdhury A.K.A., Khan O.F., Matin A., Haque Z, Bhuiya A.L..  Impact of standard treatment guidelines and small group training on prescribing for diarrhoea in under-five children in Thana Health Complexes in Bangladesh.  Unpublished report.  International Network for Rational Use of Drugs.  1995.

Christensen R. A strategy for the improvement of prescribing and drug use in rural health facilities in Uganda. Report of an assignment carried out under the auspices of the Uganda Essential Drugs Management Programme, 2 September-11 October 1990.

Cook TD, Campbell DT. Quasi-Experimentation. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1979.

Curtale F., Siwakoti B., Lagrosa C., LaRaja M, Guerra R. Improving skills and utilization of community health volunteers in Nepal. Soc Sci Med  1995; 40(8): 1117-1125.


Document info
Document views200
Page views200
Page last viewedTue Jan 24 07:37:37 UTC 2017