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Auflage 2004. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
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Titel: Managing Pharmaceuticals in International Health
Autor/en: Stuart Anderson, Reinhard Huss, Rob Summers, Karin Wiedenmayer

ISBN: 376436601X
EAN: 9783764366018
Auflage 2004.
Book.
Sprache: Englisch.
Birkhäuser Basel

25. Juni 2004 - kartoniert - 280 Seiten

Beschreibung

-Gives a new perspective on the politics of drug supply -Will interest those involved with the management of medicines at any level -Indispensable for students of public health

Inhaltsverzeichnis

1 Issues in the Management of Pharmaceuticals in International Health.
- 1.1 Introduction.
- 1.2 Pharmaceuticals, medicines and drugs.
- 1.3 International health.
- 1.4 The emergence of medicines.
- 1.5 Global inequity and the medicines life cycle.
- 1.6 The study of pharmaceuticals in international health.
- 1.7 Approaches to managing pharmaceuticals.
- 1.8 Layout of the book.
- 1.9 Conclusion.- 2 Access and Availability of Pharmaceuticals in International Health.
- 2.1 Introduction.
- 2.2 Access to essential medicines.
- 2.3 Neglected diseases.
- 2.4 Strategies for developing medicines and ensuring access.
- 2.5 Conclusion.- 3 Assessing the Pharmaceutical Needs of Patients and Populations.
- 3.1 Introduction.
- 3.2 Public health pharmacology.
- 3.3 Incidence of disease.
- 3.4 Needs and priorities for medicines.
- 3.5 Culture and the use of medicines.
- 3.6 Patients as consumers.
- 3.7 Compliance, adherence and concordance.
- 3.8 Empowerment.
- 3.9 Conclusion.- 4 The Role of Health Professionals.
- 4.1 Introduction.
- 4.2 Classifying health professionals.
- 4.3 Health professionals and medicine responsibilities.
- 4.4 The role of the doctor.
- 4.5 The role of the pharmacist.
- 4.6 Traditional healers.
- 4.7 Integrating traditional medicine and Western medicine.
- 4.8 Conclusion.- 5 The Role of the Pharmaceutical Industry.
- 5.1 Introduction.
- 5.2 The origins and development of the pharmaceutical industry.
- 5.3 Structure of the industry today.
- 5.4 Pharmaceutical company partners.
- 5.5 The activities of the industry.
- 5.6 Pharmaceutical markets.
- 5.7 The pharmaceutical industry and international health.
- 5.8 Conclusion.- 6 The Role of Governments.
- 6.1 Introduction.
- 6.2 The development of national drug policies.
- 6.3 The drug supply process.
- 6.4 Health systems that support drug supply.
- 6.5 Pharmaceutical legislation and regulation.
- 6.6 Research, monitoring and evaluation.
- 6.7 Conclusion.- 7 The Role of the European Union, National Assistance Agencies and NGOs.
- 7.1 Introduction.
- 7.2 The European Union.
- 7.3 The national aid agencies.
- 7.4 International and national NGOs.
- 7.5 Some non-governmental organizations.
- 7.6 Equitable pharmaceutical supply and distribution.
- 7.7 Conclusion.- 8 The Role of International Organizations.
- 8.1 Introduction.
- 8.2 WHO and other UN organizations.
- 8.3 Industry organizations.
- 8.4 Other organizations.
- 8.5 Essential drugs.
- 8.6 Pharmaceutical procurement.
- 8.7 International agreements and intellectual property rights.
- 8.8 Case study-HIV/AIDS and antiretroviral treatment in South Africa.
- 8.9 Conclusion.- 9 Rational Use of Medicines.
- 9.1 Introduction.
- 9.2 Consequences of non-rational medicine use.
- 9.3 Medicine use behaviour.
- 9.4 Investigating medicine use problems.
- 9.5 Medicine use interventions.
- 9.6 Effectiveness of interventions.
- 9.7 Conclusion.- 10 Medicine Quality, Adverse Reactions and Antimicrobial Resistance.
- 10.1 Introduction.
- 10.2 Quality of medicines.
- 10.3 Counterfeit medicines.
- 10.4 Adverse drug reactions.
- 10.5 Antimicrobial resistance.
- 10.6 Conclusion.- 11 Managing Medicines Information.
- 11.1 Introduction.
- 11.2 The users of medicine information.
- 11.3 Sources of information.
- 11.4 The quality of medicines information.
- 11.5 The assessment of information.
- 11.6 Classification systems.
- 11.7 Conclusion.- 12 Investigating the Use of Medicines.
- 12.1 Introduction.
- 12.2 Drug utilization studies.
- 12.3 Pharmacoeconomics.
- 12.4 Pharmacovigilance.
- 12.5 Pharmacoepidemiology.
- 12.6 Health systems and policy studies.
- 12.7 Conclusion.- 13 Trends and Developments.
- 13.1 Introduction.
- 13.2 Trends in the use of herbal remedies.
- 13.3 The contribution of pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics.
- 13.4 The changing role of the internet.
- 13.5 Changes in the health care workforce.
- 13.6 Conclusion.- 14 Policy Initiatives and their Implications.
- 14.1 Introduction.
- 14.2 The role of public-private partnerships.
- 14.3 The Global Fund and other initiatives.
- 14.4 Global procurement of medicines.
- 14.5 AIDS drugs post Doha.
- 14.6 Conclusion.- Selected Websites and Webportals.
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