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Social constructivist learning environment in an online professional practice course.
OBJECTIVE To assess the online social constructivist learning environment (SCLE) and student perceptions of the outcomes of the online introductory module of pharmacy professional practice that wasExpand
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Psychometric properties of WHOQOL-BREF-THAI in patients with HIV/AIDS.
OBJECTIVE To assess reliability and validity of the Thai abbreviated version of World Health Organization quality of life (WHOQOL-BREF-THAI) in HIV/AIDS patients. MATERIAL AND METHOD The presentExpand
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Health utilities in patients with HIV/AIDS in Thailand.
OBJECTIVES We measured health utility (HU) in Thai HIV/AIDS patients using visual analog scale (VAS), EuroQOL (EQ-5D), and standard gamble (SG), determine the relationships between these HU measuresExpand
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Extension of market exclusivity and its impact on the accessibility to essential medicines, and drug expense in Thailand: analysis of the effect of TRIPs-Plus proposal.
BACKGROUND In Thailand and the US negotiating FTA, the 'TRIPs-Plus' is one of the US proposal which would result in an extension of market exclusivity of innovative drugs. In addition, it wouldExpand
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Development of Patient-reported Outcomes Measure of Pharmaceutical Therapy for Quality of Life (PROMPT-QoL): A novel instrument for medication management.
BACKGROUND Medicines can affect a patient's health-related quality of life (HRQoL), but there exists no standardized HRQoL measure for medication management. OBJECTIVES To develop the new HRQoLExpand
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An Innovative Decision Support Service for Improving Pharmaceutical Acquisition Capabilities
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The cost of pharmaceutical products is one of the largest contributors of operating costs in providing healthcare services in Thailand. Expand
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WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR LUNG CANCER TREATMENT: PATIENT VERSUS GENERAL PUBLIC VALUES.
OBJECTIVES Lung cancer has been the most common cancer since 1985, accounting for 12-13 percent of cancer cases worldwide. Newer targeted therapies with potential increased survival benefits may notExpand
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Chronic care model for diabetics by pharmacist home health in Bangkok Metropolitan: A community based study
Diabetes was increased in Thailand with increasing burden of morbidity and mortality. There were 42.8% of diabetes patients in Bangkok who had been treated, but the disease conditions wereExpand
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Surveillance of antimicrobial consumption: methodological review for systems development in Thailand
Tangcharoensathien, Viroj; Sommanustweechai, Angkana; Chanthong, Boonrat; Sumpradit, Nithima; Sakulbumrungsil, Rungpetch; Jaroenpoj, Sasi; Sermsinsiri, Varavoot; Thai SAC Working Group; (2017)Expand
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Cost-Utility Analysis of Erythropoietin for Anemia Treatment in Thai End-Stage Renal Disease Patients with Hemodialysis.
OBJECTIVE To compare the cost utility of using erythropoietin (EPO) to maintain different hemoglobin (Hb) target levels in hemodialysis patients from a societal perspective. METHODS A Markov modelExpand
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