Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Ajman University
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Medication storage and self-medication behaviour amongst female students in Malaysia
Objectives The aims of this study are to determine the prevalence, attitudes and behaviours of medication storage and self-medication amongst female students at Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM).… Expand
A prospective surveillance of drug prescribing and dispensing in a teaching hospital in western Nepal.
- S. Ghimire, Sushil Nepal, S. Bhandari, Prabha Nepal, Subish Palaian
- JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical…
- 1 October 2009
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the drug dispensing practices and patients' knowledge on drug use among the outpatients and to identify and analyze the problems in drug prescribing and dispensing. METHODS A… Expand
Health professionals' knowledge, attitude and practices towards pharmacovigilance in Nepal
Background Pharmacovigilance can be helpful in protecting consumers from harmful effects of medicines. Healthcare professionals should consider Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) reporting as their… Expand
A study on rational drug prescribing and dispensing in outpatients in a tertiary care teaching hospital of Western Nepal.
OBJECTIVES To analyze the prescriptions of out-patients for rational prescribing and dispensing and to evaluate the patient's knowledge regarding use of drugs, using INRUD indicators. METHODS A… Expand
Prescribing Pattern in Diabetic Outpatients in a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital in Nepal
Background: Diabetes is a chronic disease associated with significant morbidity and mortality. Diabetics are at a higher risk of polypharmacy and more vulnerable to irrational prescription. Data… Expand
Perception Of Nepalese Community Pharmacists Towards Patient Counseling And Continuing Pharmacy Education Program: A Multicentric Study
Objective: To study the perception of community pharmacists towards patient counseling and continuing pharmacy education programs. Methods: A semi structured questionnaire was developed by the… Expand
Knowledge, Attitude and Practice about Diabetes among DiabetesPatients in Western Nepal -
Objectives: To study the demographic details of diabetes patients and their knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) regarding diabetes in Nepal. Methods: The KAP of the diabetes patients visiting… Expand
Self-medication practices among adult population attending community pharmacies in Malaysia: an exploratory study
- M. Hassali, A. A. Shafie, H. Al-Qazaz, Jayabalan Tambyappa, Subish Palaian, Vidhya Hariraj
- International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
- 3 August 2011
Objective To assess the prevalence of self-medication among adults in an urban setting and to identify any factors contributing to self-medication in relation to consumer characteristics. Setting The… Expand
Social pharmacy as a field of study: the needs and challenges in global pharmacy education.
- M. Hassali, A. A. Shafie, +4 authors Omar Saad Saleh Abrika
- Research in social & administrative pharmacy…
- 1 December 2011
The practice of pharmacy and, consequently, pharmacy curricula have undergone significant changes over the past years in response to a rapidly changing economic, political, and social environment.… Expand
Pattern of adverse drug reactions experienced by tuberculosis patients in a tertiary care teaching hospital in Western Nepal.
- Kishore P V, Subish Palaian, P. Ojha, Shankar P R
- Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences
Tuberculosis is a common problem in developing countries including Nepal. Data regarding the safety profile of anti tubercular drugs is lacking in Nepal. The present study analyzed the pattern of… Expand