Online Course MaterialsPromoting Rational Drug Use

Course Materials
(Year 2000)
MS Word & PowerPoint


 

Session Guides Trainers Guides Visual Aids

Gallery of Experts

Problems of Irrational Use of Drugs

Oral Presentation Techniques

Learning about a Drug Use Problem

Sampling to Study Drug Use

Implementing a Drug Use Indicators Study

Field Visit to Learn About Drug Use

Framework for Changing Drug Use Practices

Principles of Persuasive Face-to-Face Education

Managerial and Regulatory Strategies

Role of Dispensers in Promoting Rational Drug Use

Effective Public Education

Standard Treatments

Designing Effective Printed Educational Materials

Decision Making for Rational Drug Use Interventions

Country Presentations

Gallery of Experts

Problems of Irrational Use of Drugs

Oral Presentation Techniques

Learning about a Drug Use Problem

Sampling to Study Drug Use

Implementing a Drug Use Indicators Study

Field Visit to Learn About Drug Use

Framework for Changing Drug Use Practices

Principles of Persuasive Face-to-Face Education

Managerial and Regulatory Strategies

Role of Dispensers in Promoting Rational Drug Use

Effective Public Education

Standard Treatments

Designing Effective Printed Educational Materials

Decision Making for Rational Drug Use Interventions

Country Presentations

Gallery of Experts

Problems of Irrational Use of Drugs

Oral Presentation Techniques

Learning about a Drug Use Problem

Sampling to Study Drug Use

Implementing a Drug Use Indicators Study

Field Visit to Learn About Drug Use

Framework for Changing Drug Use Practices

Principles of Persuasive Face-to-Face Education

Managerial and Regulatory Strategies

Role of Dispensers in Promoting Rational Drug Use

Effective Public Education

Standard Treatments

Designing Effective Printed Educational Materials

Decision Making for Rational Drug Use Interventions

Country Presentations

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Many of these materials are the same as those below but older material has not been updated. Compare and see which you want to use.

 

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