The Pharmacology Teachers in Undergraduate Colleges and Universities Studied the Effect of Pharmaceutical Care on Community Residents
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Ju-xiang-Wei, yan-ping Zhou
Objective To provide reference basis for pharmacology teachers in colleges and universities to further develop pharmaceutical care for community residents.METHODS: 800 permanent residents in four urban districts of Chifeng were selected by voluntary sampling method. Questions on rational use of cold drugs designed by oneself were used before and after pharmaceutical care intervention to evaluate the effect of intervention.RESULTS: Before intervention, 800 questionnaires were sent out and 800 were collected with a recovery rate of 100%.A total of 800 questionnaires were sent out after intervention, and 728 were collected with a recovery rate of 91.0%.After intervention, the awareness rate of community residents on the knowledge related to diseases such as “cold is mainly caused by virus”, “cold is self-limited disease”, “cold stage” and so on was significantly increased compared with before intervention (P < 0.05).The correct answer rates of “the medicinal ingredients of cold medicine”, “the action of the medicinal ingredients of compound cold preparation”, “the medication principles of cold medicine” were significantly increased compared with those before intervention (P < 0.05).The answer to the question “Do you immediately take antibiotics for the common cold?”The utilization rate after intervention was significantly lower than that before intervention (P < 0.05).CONCLUSIONS: It is very necessary for pharmacology teachers in colleges and universities to carry out pharmaceutical care of rational use of anti-cold drugs for community residents.Pharmaceutical care for rational drug use of common diseases has a significant effect on improving self-medication of community residents, which is worthy of further promotion.
Undergraduate pharmacology teacher, Community residents, Pharmaceutical care, Investigation and analysis