نتایج جستجو برای Community perception

تعداد نتایج: 313603  

Journal: :The Science of the total environment 2013
Bandita Mainali, Thi Thu Nga Pham, Huu Hao Ngo, Wenshan Guo, Clayton Miechel, Kelly O'Halloran, Muthu Muthukaruppan, Adnrzej Listowski,

This study investigates the community perception of household laundry as a new end use of recycled water in three different locations of Australia through a face to face questionnaire survey (n=478). The study areas were selected based on three categories of (1) non-user, (2) perspective user and (3) current user of recycled water. The survey results indicate that significantly higher number (7...

2015
Haytham M Daradka,

The term consanguineous is derived from two Latin words “con” meaning common, or of the same and “sanguineus” meaning blood. Thus, it refers to a relationship between two people who share a common ancestor or blood. Cousin marriage (seconddegree cousins or closer) is the marriage among people who have at least one grandparent. However clinical genetics, cousin marriage conventionally describes ...

2013
Saira Azhar, Mohamed A Hassali, Asia Taha, Shujaat Ali Khan, Ghulam Murtaza, Izhar Hussain,

Purpose: To explore the perception of community pharmacists regarding their role in Pakistan's healthcare system. Methods: A qualitative study design was adopted. A semi-structured interview guide was developed and face to face interviews were conducted. The participants were community pharmacists and were recruited through one of the researcher’s personal contacts in two cities of Pakistan (Is...

2017
Titilayo O Fakeye, Rasaq Adisa, Rashidat T Olukotun, Paul K Morawo,

OBJECTIVES To evaluate perception, extent of involvement and barriers to pharmacy practice-based research among community and hospital pharmacists in Ibadan, Oyo state, southwestern Nigeria. METHODS A prospective cross-sectional study was carried out among 65 hospital and 86 community pharmacists with at least five-year post-qualification experience, using pre-tested questionnaire. Socio-demo...

2016
Daniel Kinyuru Ojuka, Joyce M. Olenja, Nimrod J. Mwango’mbe, Eunbae B. Yang, Jana B. Macleod,

BACKGROUND Professionalism defines the relationship between colleagues, patients and the society as a whole. Furthermore, being a social construct, professionalism is sophisticated to be regarded simply as a single concept across different cultural contexts. This study sought to explore how professionalism is conceptualized by the clinicians, students and patients in a teaching hospital in Keny...

2011
Andrew Mwanika, Isaac Okullo, Dan K Kaye, Wilson Muhwezi, Lynn Atuyambe, Rose C Nabirye, Sara Groves, Scovia Mbalinda, Gilbert Burnham, Larry W Chang, Hussein Oria, Nelson Sewankambo,

BACKGROUND Training of health professionals can be deliberately structured to enhance rural recruitment by exposing the trainees to the realities of rural life and practice through Community-Based Education and Service (COBE) programs. Few studies have surveyed the alumni of these programs to establish their post-university views and whether the positive impact of COBE programs endures into the...

Journal: :The Ceylon medical journal 2016
M S Suranga, K T Silva, L Senanayake,

Introduction Abortion is legally permitted in Sri Lanka, only if it is performed to save the mother’s life. However, it is estimated that a large number of induced abortions take place in Sri Lanka. Knowledge and attitudes towards induced abortion in the society are key issues influencing the policy response towards changes in the law. This study aimed to assess the knowledge and attitudes of a...

Journal: :Journal of pharmacy & pharmaceutical sciences : a publication of the Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences, Societe canadienne des sciences pharmaceutiques 2008
Aude Motulsky, Nancy Winslade, Robyn Tamblyn, Claude Sicotte,

PURPOSE To understand how the technology of electronic prescription (e Rx) can transform the community pharmacist's role through its effects on professionalization. We define professionalization as a pharmaceutical practice centred on clinical activities and made possible by the establishment of professional pharmaceutical services. METHODS We asked 12 community pharmacists who had participat...

2018
Peter Dambach, Margarida Mendes Jorge, Issouf Traoré, Revati Phalkey, Hélène Sawadogo, Pascal Zabré, Moubassira Kagoné, Ali Sié, Rainer Sauerborn, Norbert Becker, Claudia Beiersmann,

BACKGROUND Vector and malaria parasite's rising resistance against pyrethroid-impregnated bed nets and antimalarial drugs highlight the need for additional control measures. Larviciding against malaria vectors is experiencing a renaissance with the availability of environmentally friendly and target species-specific larvicides. In this study, we analyse the perception and acceptability of spray...

2014
Sofia kälvemark Sporrong, Annika nordén-hägg,

BACKGROUND All changes in the regulation of pharmacies have an impact on the work carried out in pharmacies and also on patient safety, regardless of whether this is the intention or not. OBJECTIVE To compare staff apprehension regarding some aspects of patient safety and quality in community pharmacies prior to and after the 2009 changes in regulation of the Swedish community pharmacy market...

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