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Investigation of the National Drug Lists and the Perception of Pharmacists and Physicians about Generic Drugs at Health Institutions in the North Central Region of Trinidad

The national drug list aids prescribing and addresses countries’ major health issues. To reduce cost generic drugs are included, however, some persons believe that cheaper means substandard. Therefore, perception of key individuals about generic drugs is beneficial.


Objective: To investigate the drugs on three annual national drug pricing lists and via a survey determine the perception and concerns physicians and pharmacists have about generic drugs.

08 May, 2018
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e-Published: 26 Feb, 2019


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