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Perception and Satisfaction with Received Information Regarding Treatment for Intestinal Parasitic Infection in Cuban Patients

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DOI: 
10.7727/wimj.2014.307
Pages: 
519-24
Synopsis: 
The study investigated patients' perceptions and satisfaction with received information regarding treatment for intestinal parasitic infection in a public health institution in Cuba. The results suggest that more inclusion in the treatment process could guarantee users’ compliance with health providers.

ABSTRACT

Objective: To determine the patients' perceptions and satisfaction with received information regarding treatment for intestinal parasitic infection in a public health institution.

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05 Jan, 2015
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e-Published: 27 May, 2015

Satisfaction Level of New Mothers with Prenatal Care and the Healthcare Professionals Who Provide It

Issue: 
DOI: 
10.7727/wimj.2014.388
Pages: 
732–8
Synopsis: 
Prenatal care is a key strategy to reduce maternal mortality. Therefore, it is important to ascertain the level of satisfaction of new mothers with their pregnancy monitoring and with the medical professionals who provided prenatal care.

Introduction: Prenatal care is a key strategy to reduce maternal mortality. The aims of this work were to ascertain the level of satisfaction of new mothers with their pregnancy monitoring and with the medical professionals who provided prenatal care.

Accepted: 
05 Jan, 2015
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e-Published: 20 Mar, 2015

Satisfaction with Pharmacy Services and its Relationships with the Control of Selected Chronic Diseases

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Pages: 
293–7
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The delivery of quality pharmacy services is thought to be important by virtue of its influence on patient’s satisfaction and hence better patient compliance/adherence. This study explores the relationship between patient’s satisfaction with pharmacy services and control of selected chronic diseases.

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Objective: To assess the level of satisfaction with pharmacy services and whether satisfaction/dissatisfaction had any effect on two common chronic diseases. Proper control of chronic diseases requires a management regime which includes promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative services through primary, secondary and tertiary preventive intervention measures and a wide range of support services.

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e-Published: 30 Jan, 2014
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