Expand Document  |  Expand Chapter  |  Full TOC  |  Printable HTML version
Injection Practices in the Third World: A Case Study in Thailand - EDM Research Series No. 011
(1994; 68 pages) View the PDF document
Table of Contents
View the documentCHAPTER ONE - 1. AIM AND OBJECTIVES
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER TWO - 2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER THREE - 3. RESEARCH SETTING
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER FOUR - 4. THERAPY OPTIONS
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER FIVE - 5. RESULTS: THE EXTENT OF INJECTION USE
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER SIX - 6. RESULTS: THE CAUSAL AND CONTEXTUAL FACTORS IN THE POPULARITY OF INJECTIONS
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER SEVEN - 7. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
View the documentLITERATURE LIST
View the documentOTHER DOCUMENTS IN THE DAP RESEARCH SERIES
View the documentDAP RESEARCH SERIES NO. 11
 

Injection Practices in the Third World: A Case Study in Thailand - EDM Research Series No. 011

World Health Organization
Organisation mondiale de la Santé

WHO/DAP/94.8
English only
Distribution: Limited

Action Programme on Essential Drugs

A.V. Reeler (1)
C. Hematorn (2)

(1) Anne V. Reeler, Principal Investigator, Institute of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen

(2) Charuvan Hematorn, Coinvestigator, Department of Public Health Nursing, Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University, Bangkok

Much research work, particularly in developing countries, at present goes unreported. The reasons for this include the intense competition to publish in the scientific press, and difficulties in matching the research resources of developed countries. The DAP research series was established to provide a forum for the rapid distribution of data and findings relevant to critical areas of drug policy and use. The Action Programme has a firm commitment to national operational research as part of its direct country support. It is also strongly committed to making the findings of such studies widely known and accessible. While every effort is made by the Programme to support studies of the highest possible quality, research skills and resources will vary from country to country. Documents in the DAP research series reflect this variation, and range from reports of very small scale studies, undertaken with minimal resources, to major global research involving substantive financial, scientific and editorial input.

© World Health Organization 1994

This document is not issued to the general public, and all rights are reserved by the World Health Organization (WHO).

The document may not be reviewed, abstracted, quoted, reproduced or translated, in part or in whole, without the prior written permission of WHO. No part of this document may be stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means - electronic, mechanical or other - without the prior permission of WHO.

The views expressed in documents by named authors are solely the responsibility of those authors.

to next section
 
 
The WHO Essential Medicines and Health Products Information Portal was designed and is maintained by Human Info NGO. Last updated: March 20, 2014