طراحی و آزمون الگوی کاهش تقاضای القایی دارو در زنان متأهل مراجعه کننده به مراکز بهداشتی درمانی شهر تهران

Development and Testing a Model to Decrease Drugs Induced Demand by Married Women Referring to Health Centers of Tehran


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صفحه نخست سامانه
مجری و همکاران
مجری و همکاران
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علوم پزشکی شهید بهشتی
علوم پزشکی شهید بهشتی

مجریان: علی رمضانخانی , اعظم محمدلو

کلمات کلیدی: تقاضای القایی دارو، زنان متأهل

اطلاعات کلی طرح
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کد طرح 8103
عنوان فارسی طرح طراحی و آزمون الگوی کاهش تقاضای القایی دارو در زنان متأهل مراجعه کننده به مراکز بهداشتی درمانی شهر تهران
عنوان لاتین طرح Development and Testing a Model to Decrease Drugs Induced Demand by Married Women Referring to Health Centers of Tehran
کلمات کلیدی تقاضای القایی دارو، زنان متأهل
نوع طرح بنیادی-کاربردی
نوع مطالعه بررسی موارد
مدت اجراء - روز 420
ضرورت انجام تحقیق در برنامه پنجم توسعه اقتصادی، اجتماعی و فرهنگی، یکی از مهمترین چالش های حوزه غذا، تغذیه و دارو، بالابودن شاخص های مصرف دارو ذکر گردید و مصرف غیرمنطقی (هر دو جنبه از آن شامل مصرف کمتر یا بیشتر از دوز درمانی) به عنوان یکی از مشکلات اساسی مطرح بیان شد و بحث ترویج تجویز و مصرف منطقی دارو را از اولویت های مهم نظام دارویی کشور در آینده مطرح نمود[16]. همچنین یکی از سیاستهای کلی سلامت ابلاغی توسط مقام معظم رهبری در سال 1393 عبارت از ساماندهی تقاضا و ممانعت از تقاضای القایی و اجازه تجویز صرفاً بر اساس نظام سطح‌بندی و راهنماهای بالینی، طرح ژنریک و نظام دارویی ملی کشور می باشد[32] و نیز یکی از موضوعات کلیدی در حوزه نظام ارائه خدمات، اصلاح الگوی تجویز و مصرف دارو می باشد[33].
هدف کلی طراحی و آزمون الگوی کاهش تقاضای القایی دارو در زنان متأهل مراجعه کننده به مراکز بهداشتی درمانی شهر تهران
خلاصه روش کار این پژوهش در طی دو مرحله کیفی و کمی به کشف علل تقاضای القایی دارو، طراحی الگو و روانسنجی ابزار و آزمون الگوی کاهش تقاضای القایی دارو در زنان متأهل مراجعه کننده به مراکز بهداشتی درمانی شهر تهران می پردازد.

اطلاعات مجری و همکاران
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نام و نام‌خانوادگی سمت در طرح نوع همکاری درجه‌تحصیلی پست الکترونیک
علی رمضانخانیمجری اصلی دکتری حرفه ایaramezankhani@sbmu.ac.ir
اعظم محمدلومجری دکترای تخصصی پی اچ دیazammohamadloo@yahoo.com
جمشید سلام زادههمکار دکترای تخصصی پی اچ دیj.salamzadeh@sbmu.ac.ir
یداله محرابیهمکار دکترای تخصصی پی اچ دیmehrabi@sbmu.ac.ir

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