Self Medication Practice among Medical , Pharmacy and Nursing Students

  title={Self Medication Practice among Medical , Pharmacy and Nursing Students},
  author={Deena Johnson and HIMA S. SEKHAR and TEENA ALEX and M. Kumaraswamy and RAJVEER SINGH CHOPRA},
  • Deena Johnson, HIMA S. SEKHAR, +2 authors RAJVEER SINGH CHOPRA
  • Published 2016
Objective: The main objective of this study was to identify the commonly used drugs, indications, reasons, factors and to assess the attitude of medical, pharmacy and nursing students towards self-medication. Methods: A prospective cross-sectional study was carried out in students of Medical, Pharmacy and Nursing college of Adichunchanagiri Institutions B. G Nagara from October 2014 to March 2015. Relevant information was obtained by using the questionnaire after taking the consent from… CONTINUE READING


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