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Knowledge and attitudes of Greek Physicians towards generic prescribing after the economic crisis

  title={Knowledge and attitudes of Greek Physicians towards generic prescribing after the economic crisis},
  author={Frouzi Elpiniki and Chatzea Vasiliki Eirini and Sifaki Pistolla Dimitra and S. Maria and Rekleiti Maria and K. Souliotis},
  • Frouzi Elpiniki, Chatzea Vasiliki Eirini, +3 authors K. Souliotis
  • Published 2013
  • Purpose: The aim of the present study is to estimate the penetration of generics, detect factors that deter their prescribing, and suggest measures that could potentially increase their utilization in the Greek pharmaceutical market. Methods: The study was conducted during 2011-2012. 215 questionnaires were completed by doctors of both private and public health sector, after a pilot study. Nonparametric chi-square testing and binary logistic regression were applied to assess the potential… CONTINUE READING
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