Using Indicators to Measure Country Pharmaceutical Situations: Fact Book on WHO Level I and Level II Monitoring Indicators
(2006; 111 pages)

Abstract
This Fact Book gives the results of the assessment of Level I indicators conducted in 2003 and of Level II indicator surveys conducted between 2002 and 2004. Indicator data are summarized into eight component topics and within groups of countries classified as low-, middle- and high-income. The importance and key points to note on each component topic are introduced at the beginning of each section. Data and information are given in tables and graphs as current situation – result of 2003 Level I survey – and if progress has been made, by comparing Level I 1999 and 2003 surveys. Impact measures are illustrated by the results from Level I and outcome indicators from Level II.
 
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