Knowledge , attitude and practice of adverse drug reaction reporting among doctors in a tertiary health care centre in South India

@inproceedings{Thomas2013KnowledgeA,
  title={Knowledge , attitude and practice of adverse drug reaction reporting among doctors in a tertiary health care centre in South India},
  author={T. Hannah Mary Thomas and Padmaja Udaykumar and Scandashree},
  year={2013}
}
Results: 75% (45) of respondents were aware of the existence of ADR reporting system in India; on the contrary only (11.7%) of respondents were aware of regional center for ADR reporting. All respondents (100%) felt that seriousness of the ADR event, unusual reaction (95%), reaction to new drug (98.33%), and the certainty of ADR reaction (91.66%) would encourage them to report an ADR event. However, only 15 out of 60 respondents (25%) have reported ADRs.