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THE PHARMA REVIEW (SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2013)

Development and Validation of Questionnaire for Assessment of Knowledge, Attitude, and Practices of Physicians Towards Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting

Rakesh Kumar Rishi1, Rakesh K. Patel2, Anil Bhandari3

Introduction: After the thalidomide disaster in 1960s, global interest in the monitoring of drug safety showed a remarkable increase1-3. The thalidomide disaster opened up the issue of drug safety for the public and healthcare professionals alike and brought about an awareness of the importance of the continuous surveillance of drugs for their Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs). The tragedy of the thalidomide disaster has led many countries to set their observational systems for early detection of potential ADRs associated with pharmacotherapy1-3. 

 

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