Guide to Good Prescribing - A Practical Manual
(1994; 115 pages) [Arabic] [Bengali; Bangla] [French] [Korean] [Romanian] [Russian] [Spanish] View the PDF document
Table of Contents
View the documentAcknowledgments
View the documentWhy you need this book
Open this folder and view contentsPart 1: Overview
Open this folder and view contentsPart 2: Selecting your P(ersonal) drugs
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Close this folderPart 4: Keeping up-to-date
Close this folderChapter 12. How to keep up-to-date about drugs
View the documentMake an inventory of available sources of information
View the documentChoose between sources of information
View the documentEfficient reading
View the documentConclusion
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Keeping up-to-date should not be too difficult for prescribers in developed countries; it can be far from easy in some parts of the world where access to independent sources of drug information is very limited. But wherever you live and work it is important to develop a strategy to maximize your access to the key information you need for optimal benefit of the drugs you prescribe. Be aware of the limitations of some types of information, and spend your time on information that is worth it.


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