Spontaneous reporting of adverse drug reactions in uae: obstacles and motivation among community pharmacists
Spontaneous reporting of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) is a broadly experienced technique of practicing pharmacovigilance (PV) activity. However, the progression of pharmacovigilance programs is limited by under-reporting of ADRs, as it is considered one of the major problems associated with PV programs development. This is the first study of its kind in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that examines what inhibits and what motivates the community pharmacists (CPs) to report ADRs. Face to face questionnaire was used for data collection. Random sampling method was used to approach the potential respondents. Descriptive analysis was conducted using SPSS 20. Many barriers had ...
|Journal||Int J Pharm Sci Res|
|Publisher||Society of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research|