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Day 3- April 1, 2004
Early Bird Breakfast Sessions
7:45AM-8:45AM

Early Bird 1: Safe Injection Global Network (SIGN) and Other Efforts to Improve Use of Injections
Moderator: Yvan Hutin, Sophie Logez
1. Impact of the Work of the Safe Injection Global Network (SIGN)
Yvan Hutin
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2. Round Table on Key Elements in a Successful Intervention to Improve Injection Safety
Sophie Logez

Early Bird 2: Monitoring-Training-Planning: A Systems Approach to Improving Prescribing
Moderator: Sri Suryawati
1. Overview of the Monitor-Training-Planning (MTP) Approach
Sri Suryawati
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2. Using the MTP Approach to Reduce Inappropriate Use of Antibiotics in Hospitals
Sri Suryawati
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3. The MTP Approach is Effective in Reducing Inappropriate Medicines Use in Hospitals
Sri Suryawati
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4. Long-Term Impact of an MTP Approach to Reduce Inappropriate Use of Antibiotics in Acute Respiratory Infections
Intriati Yudatiningsih
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5. Cambodia Experience: Monitoring-Training-Planning (MTP) to Reduce Inappropriate Medicine Use in Hospitals
Sok Srun
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6. Lao PDR Experience in Using Monitoring-Training-Planning (MTP) to Reduce Irrational Use of Drugs In Hospitals
Bouathong Sisounthone
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Early Bird 3: WHO Essential Medicines Library: A Global Information Resource
Moderator: Shalini Jayasekar
1. Demonstration: WHO Essential Medicines Library
Shalini Jayasekar
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Primary Care - Focus on Health Providers: Plenary
9:00AM-10:15AM
2. Health System Implications of Short Course Antibiotic Treatment
Shamim Qazi, Child and Adult Health Department, WHO
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3. Improving Treatment in Private Drug Outlets: Are There Sustainable Approaches?
John Chalker, Management Sciences for Health and INRUD
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=613.5 kb
4. Intervention Experience in Variety Stores in the Philippines
Rainier Galang, National Drug Information Center, Manila, Philippines
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=683.5 kb
5. Intervention Experience in Drug Shops in Tanzania
Margareth Sigonda-Ndomondo, Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA), Management Sciences for Health
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6. Intervention Experience in Pharmacies in Thailand
Duangtip Hongsamoot, Food and Drug Administration, Thailand Ministry of Public Health
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7. Summary of Experiences
John Chalker
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Primary Care - Focus on Health Care Providers: Tracks
10:40AM-12:40PM

Access 1: Innovative Public & Private Sector Strategies to Improve Drug Use in Primary Care
Moderator: Isidro Sia
Rapporteur: Keith Johnson
1. Study of Rational Drug Use Profiles in an Non-Government Organization (NGO)-Managed Health Center versus Private Health Practitioners
Subhash Chandra Mandal
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2. Improving Access to Essential Medicines through Public-Private Initiatives: The Case of the Catholic Pharmaceutical Service in Ghana
Enoch Osafo
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3. Impact of an NGO-Supported Supervisory Program on Quality of Care in Private Drug Shops in Rural East Nepal
Kathleen Holloway
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4. Impact of the Tamil Nadu Medical Services Corporation on Drug Prescribing in Primary Health Care
Ramachandran Murali
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Access 2: Interventions to Improve Procurement, Drug Management, and Practice
Moderator: Ranjit Roy Chaudhury, Robert S Summers
Rapporteur: Libby Levison
1. Impact of Training in Drug Supply Management (DSM) on DSM, Dispensing Practices, and Patient Knowledge and Care at Primary Health Care (PHC) Clinics
Robert S Summers
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2. Impact Assessment of Supervision on Medicines Management
Birna Trap
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3. Effect of an Educational Intervention on the Drug Purchasing Practices of Local Government Officials in a Decentralized Setting: Quasi-Experimental Study with Control
Noel Juban
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4. Drug Database and Performance Indicators for Utilization Monitoring
Petcharat Pongcharoensuk
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Adult: Improving Prescribing for Adult Health Problems in Primary Care Facilities
Moderator: Thomas McLaughlin, Onesky Aupont
Rapporteur: Ricardo Pérez-Cuevas
1. A Multifaceted Continuing Medical Education Intervention Improves Primary Care Physicians’ Performance in Mexico
Ricardo Perez Cuevas
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=681.5 kb
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2. Impact of an Essential Drugs List and Treatment Guidelines on Prescribing in South Africa
Thamizhanban Pillay
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3. Economic Effects of Implementing Treatment Guidelines for Hypertension in Outpatient Practice
Ilyas Kulmagambetov
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4. Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviour of Prescribers after the Introduction of Antihypertensive Treatment Guidelines in South Africa
Thamizhanban Pillay
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5. Impact of Training in Effective Prescribing in Primary Care
Beverly Summers
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AMR: Strategies for Increasing Appropriate Antibiotic Prescribing in Primary Care
Moderator: Mohan Joshi, Andy Gray
Rapporteur: Urmila Thatte
1. Reducing Antibiotic Overuse for ARIs with a Small-Group Educational Intervention
Siti Munawaroh
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2. Effect of Two Dissemination Strategies in Improving Private Practitioners’ Adherence to Evidence-based Practice Guidelines for Urinary Tract Infection in a Developing Country: A Quasi-Experimental Study
Mediadora C Saniel
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3. A Prospective Pharmacoepidemiologic Study to Prevent Medication Error and to Improve Prescribing Patterns
Iwan Dwiprahasto
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4. The Importance of Feedback to Enhance the Impact of Effective Interventions to Reduce Antibiotic Use in Acute Respiratory Infection
Intriati Yudatiningsih
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Child: Advances in Provision of Primary Care for Children in Different Settings
Moderator: Jonathon Simon
Rapporteur: Kate Laurence
1. Health Reforms at Work: Experiences with the Sector Wide Approach in Zambia (Video)
Rik Peeperkorn
Oral presentation
2. Recent Advances in Provision of Primary Care by Mission Organizations
Lillian Gitau
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3. The Impact of a Face-To-Face Educational Intervention on Improving the Management of ARI in Private Pharmacies and Drug Shops in Uganda
Winifred Adrine Tumwikirize
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4. Small Group Discussion among Paramedics at the Health Center Level to Improve Compliance with Standard Treatment Guidelines for Acute Respiratory Infections
Sri Hidayati
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HIV: Improving Clinician and Patient Use of ARVs
Moderator: Steven Pearson
Rapporteur: Davidson Hamer
1. Promoting Rational Use of Antiretrovirals at Kenyatta National Hospital, Kenya
Elizabeth Ogile
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2. Evaluation of Antiretroviral Therapy in Zimbabwe Followed by an Educational Intervention to Increase Appropriate Use
Klara Tisocki
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Malaria: Improving Malaria Treatment in Public and Private Sector Settings
Moderator: Catherine Goodman
Rapporteur: Susan Zimicki
1. Drug Management for Malaria in the Lebombo Spatial Development Initiative (LSDI) Region of Southern Africa
Karen Barnes
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2. Investigating Competition and Regulation in the Retail Market for Malaria Treatment in Rural Tanzania
Catherine Goodman
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3. The Malaria Fact Card Project
Peter Keilgast
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4. A Comparison of Prescribing Practices in Public and Private Sectors in Uganda
Celestino Obua
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5. Improving Chloroquine Prescribing in Private Clinics in Lagos State, Nigeria
Rametu Momodu
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TB: Improving Use of Medicines in Complex Cases or Resource Poor Settings
Moderator: Jintana Ngamvithayapong-Yanai
Rapporteur: Akihiro Seita
1. Improving the Use of Medications to Treat Complex Health Problems in Resource-Poor Settings: Community-Based Examples from Haiti and Peru
Jennifer J Furin
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=1575.5 kb
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2. Development and Evaluation of Software to Support Prescribing and Drug Supply Management in the Treatment of MDR-TB in Peru
Hamish Fraser
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3. Socioeconomic Position and Adherence to Tuberculosis Treatment: A Case-Control Study
Pranaya Mishra
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4. Can Research-Based Educational Material Increase Adherence to Tuberculosis Treatment among People with AIDS?
Jintana Ngamvithayapong-Yanai
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5. Anti-TB Drug Resistance in the World: The WHO/IUATLD Global Project on Anti-TB Drug Resistance Surveillance
Akihiro Seita
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Primary Care - Focus on Community: Plenary
1:50PM-3:05PM
6. Issues in Implementing National Change in Preferred Therapy for Malaria
Peter Bloland, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
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7. Commentary: Global Access Campaigns, National Medicines Guidelines, and Appropriate Use
Karen Barnes, Division of Pharmacology, University of Capetown
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8. Community-based Interventions to Improve Use of Medicines: Framework and Impacts
Anita Hardon, University of Amsterdam
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Primary Care - Focus on Community: Tracks
3:30PM-5:30PM

Access 1: Regulatory Issues and Preventing Misuse of Medicines
Moderator: Keith Johnson, Sauwakon Ratanawijitrasin
Rapporteur: Andrew Herxheimer
1. Accessibility, Pattern of Use and Implications of Restricted Availability of Medicines for Treatment of Substance Abuse in a Tertiary Level Health Care Center in North Eastern India
Amit Chakrabarti
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2. Effect of a Regulatory Intervention on Drug Availability in Nepal
Gorkha Bahadur Dangechhetri
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3. Reducing Codeine Cough Syrup Medicine Consumption to Control Codeine Abuse in Thailand
Naiyana Patcharapisarn
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4. The Inappropriate Sale of Medication for Paediatric Use in Siem Reap Province,Cambodia
Tiv Sothearith
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Access 2: Microeconomic Issues in Drug Use: User Fees and Physician Incentives
Moderator: Ebba Holme Hansen
Rapporteur: Birna Trap
1. The Practice of Dispensing Prescribers: A Threat to Appropriate Medicines Use?
Birna Trap
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2. Pharmacy Practices of Dispensing Doctors in Zimbabwe
Ebba Holme Hansen
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3. Impact on Prescribing Patterns of a Fee per Drug Unit versus a Fee per Drug Item
Kathleen Holloway
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4. Impact of a Cost Sharing Drug Supply Scheme on the Quality of Care in Public Primary Health Care Facilities in Rural Eastern Nepal
Kathleen Holloway
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=126.5 kb
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5. New Cost Sensitivity Measures to Assess the Impact of User Fees on Physicians' Treatment Choices
Christine Huttin
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=300 kb
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Access 3: Impacts of Community Revolving Funds and Drug Franchises
Moderator: Anita Hardon, Susan Whyte
Rapporteur: Isidro Sia
1. Improving Access and Use of Medicines through Private Sector Initiatives: A Case for an Essential Medicines Franchise in Ghana.
Kwesi Emmanuel Eghan
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2. Accredited Drug Dispensing Outlets: Improving Access to Quality Drugs and Services in Rural and Peri-Urban Areas with Few or No Pharmacies
Margareth Sigonda-Ndomondo
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3. Impact of a Revolving Drug Fund on Availability of Essential Medicines in Church Health Institutions in Tanzania
Marsha Macatta-Yambi
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4. Do Village Revolving Funds Improve Access and Rational Use of Drugs in Lao PDR?
Maryam Bigdeli
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Adult: Consumer Knowledge, Motivation and Behavior in Using Medications
Moderator: Ricardo Pérez-Cuevas
Rapporteur: Ramachandran Murali
1. Impact of a Public Education Program on Promoting Rational Use of Medicines: A Household Survey in the South District of Tehran, 2002–2003
Shadan Darbooy
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2. Consumers’ Motivation in Responding to Prescription Drug Advertising
Nithima Sumpradit
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3. Care Seeking and Treatment for Adults with URIs in Congested Communities in Bangkok: Where Problems Occur
Siritree Suttajit
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4. Reading and Understanding a Medicine Leaflet by Adolescent Consumers and its Determinants
Siriporn Burapadaja
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5. Self-Medication with Antibiotics for Reproductive Tract Infections in Lao PDR: Use, Attitudes and Understanding of Information
Amphoy Sihavong
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6. Assessment of Consumer Drug Knowledge In Addis Ababa: A Cross-Sectional Survey
Tenaw Andualem
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7. Using a Poster Competition to Promote Rational Drug Use in the Community
Husniah Rubiana Th-Akib
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AMR/Access: Educational & Regulatory Approaches to Improve Drug Use in Private Pharmacies
Moderator: John Chalker, Urmila Thatte
Rapporteur: Mohan Joshi
1. Improving Private Pharmacy Practice: A Multi-Intervention Experiment in Hanoi, Vietnam
Mattias Larsson
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=2201.5 kb
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2. Private Pharmacy Practice and Regulation: A Randomized Trial in Lao PDR
Lamphone Syhakhang
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3. The Effect of Educational Activity on the Practices of Drug Sellers in a Province in the Philippines
Rainier Galang
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4. Effectiveness of a Multi-Component Intervention on Dispensing Practices at Private Pharmacies in Vietnam and Thailand: A Randomized Controlled Trial
John Chalker
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Child/AMR: Empowering Community Groups to Improve Use of Medications
Moderator: Rodolfo Dennis
Rapporteur: Kate Laurence
1. Resistance Ranger: Teaching Schoolchildren about Antimicrobial Resistance
Stephen Lerner
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=2245 kb
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2. Involving Students in the Reduction of Unnecessary Antibiotic Use for Colds and Flu in Moldova
Natalia Cebotarenco
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3. A Formative Study to Design an Intervention Involving Mothers, Drug Vendors and Health Workers in a Self-Process of Behavioral Change for Rational Drug Use in ARI Treatment
Pham Huy Dung
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=534 kb
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4. Children as Health Information Carriers: An “Edutainment” Intervention Concerning Rational Use of Antibiotics
Charlotte Kristiansson
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5. Community Intervention to Promote Rational Treatment of Acute Respiratory Infection in Rural Nepal
Shiba B Karkee
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Malaria: Community Response to Interventions to Improve Malaria Treatment
Moderator: Irene Agyepong
Rapporteur: Catherine Goodman
1. Improving Adherence to Malaria Treatment for Children: The Use of Pre-Packaged Chloroquine Tablets versus Chloroquine Syrup.
Evelyn Ansah
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=1260.5 kb
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2. Health Seeking for Malaria before and after the Implementation of a Community-Based Health Worker Treatment Strategy: Implications for Providing Timely and Appropriate Treatment in Rural Nigeria
Obinna Onwujekwe
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3. Household Adoption of the New Antimalarial Drug Policy in Tanzania: Major Changes in Treatment Practices
Jaran Eriksen
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=528 kb
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4. Impact of an Intervention Program for the Treatment of Malaria in Children in Papua New Guinea
Vivian Bruce Sunderland
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TB: DOTS: Evidence about Program Design and Effectiveness
Moderator: Korngamon Rookkapan
Rapporteur: Jintana Ngamvithayapong-Yanai
1. Introduction
Jintana Ngamvithayapong -Yanai
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2. Lessons Learned About Design and Impact of DOTS Programs
Gini Arnold, Akihiro Seita
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3. Community Pharmacists Monitoring of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Outpatients (Preliminary Study)
Usasiri Srisakul
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4. Comparison Between Treatment Outcomes of TB Patients Treated in DOTs Centres and in the Community in Afghanistan
Giampaolo Mezzabotta
Oral presentation Powerpoint size=12582 kb
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