Attitudes towards drugs — a survey in the general population

@article{Isacson2004AttitudesTD,
  title={Attitudes towards drugs — a survey in the general population},
  author={D. Isacson and K. Bingefors},
  journal={Pharmacy World and Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={24},
  pages={104-110}
}
  • D. Isacson, K. Bingefors
  • Published 2004
  • Medicine
  • Pharmacy World and Science
  • Background: Studies have shown that many drugs have a lower effectiveness in clinical practice than would be expected from results reported in randomised controlled clinical trials. Many factors influence the use of drugs. Personal factors such as knowledge, attitudes, motivation, expectations are considered to be of particular consequence. The aim of the study was to analyse attitudes towards drugs from an epidemiological perspective.Design: Cross-sectional surveySetting:The county of Uppsala… CONTINUE READING
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