Indicators for Monitoring National Drug Policies
(1999; 250 pages) [French] View the PDF document
Table of Contents
View the documentACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER I: Introduction
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER II: Development of the manual
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER III: Model lists of indicators
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER IV: Methodology for indicator calculation
Open this folder and view contentsCHAPTER V: Detailed presentation of indicators
Close this folderANNEX 1: Data collection forms
View the documentData Collection Form 1 - Private drug outlets
View the documentData Collection Form 2 - Public sector drug outlets
View the documentData Collection Form 3 - Health facilities/prescribers
View the documentData Collection Form 4 - Remote health facilities
View the documentSummary Form 1 - National drug policy background information
View the documentSummary Form 2 - National drug policy structural indicators
View the documentSummary Form 3 - National drug policy process indicators
View the documentSummary Form 4 - National drug policy outcome indicators
View the documentANNEX 2: Glossary
View the documentANNEX 3: Table of random numbers
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Summary Form 4 - National drug policy outcome indicators

Availability of essential drugs

OT1: Number of drugs from a basket of drugs available in a sample of remote health facilities, out of total number of drugs in the same basket

N =



------------- x 100 = %

D =


OT2: Number of drugs at the lowest price from a basket of drugs, out of total number of drugs in the same basket

N =



------------- x 100 = %

D =


Affordability of essential drugs

OT3: Average retail price of standard treatment of pneumonia, out of the average retail price of a basket of food

N =



------------- x 100 = %

D =


OT4: Value of a basket of drugs, out of the value of the same basket with the cheapest drugs

N =



------------- x 100 = %

D =


Quality of drugs

OT5: Number of drugs/batches that failed quality control testing, out of the total number of drugs/batches surveyed

N =



------------- x 100 = %

D =


OT6: Number of drugs beyond the expiry date, out of the total number of drugs surveyed

N =



------------- x 100 = %

D =


Rational use of drugs

OT7: Average number of drugs per prescription



OT8: Number of prescriptions with at least one injection, out of the total number of prescriptions surveyed

N =



------------- x 100 = %

D =


OT9: Number of children under five with diarrhoea receiving antidiarrhoeal drugs, out of the total number of children under five with diarrhoea surveyed

N =



------------- x 100 = %

D =


OT10: Number of drugs from the national essential drugs list (EDL) among the 50 best selling drugs, out of the 50 best selling drugs in the private sector

N =



------------- x 100 = %

D =


 

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