Attitudes and knowledge of hospital pharmacists to adverse drug reaction reporting.

@article{Green2001AttitudesAK,
  title={Attitudes and knowledge of hospital pharmacists to adverse drug reaction reporting.},
  author={Christopher F. Green and David R. Mottram and Philip H. Rowe and Munir Pirmohamed},
  journal={British journal of clinical pharmacology},
  year={2001},
  volume={51 1},
  pages={81-6}
}
AIMS To investigate the attitudes of UK hospital pharmacists towards, and their understanding, of adverse drug reaction (ADR) reporting. METHODS A postal questionnaire survey of 600 randomly selected hospital pharmacists was conducted. RESULTS The response rate was 53.7% (n = 322). A total of 217 Yellow Cards had been submitted to the CSM/MCA by 78 (25.6%) of those responding. Half of those responding felt that ADR reporting should be compulsory and over three-quarters felt it was a… CONTINUE READING