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Assignment Report on Pharmaceutical and Medical Stores Management, Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0143)
Abstract:
Reference: Ley, J.S. (1970). Assignment Report on Pharmaceutical and Medical Stores Management, Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0143), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ Nepal is divided for administrative purpose into 14 zones consisting of 75 districts, but geological and economic factors have divided the country into 2 main zones or areas: Kathmandu Valley and the rest of the country. Some 160 doctors are employed in the government health services, only 60 of whom work outside the Valley, giving a doctor-patient ratio of about 1 to 175000 people. In the Valley, road communications and transport permit close contact with all health institutions at all times, whereas in the rest of the country, contact is always extremely difficult and, at certain seasons of the year, virtually impossible. This basic fact must be kept in the foreground when consideration is being given to any national project.
Publisher: WHO Type / Script:
Official Document  in  English
Keywords:
PHARMACEUTICALS, MANAGEMENT, MEDICAL SUPPLIES, HEALTH SERVICES, ESSENTIAL DRUGS, HEALTH CENTRES, ANTIBIOTICS, DRUG QUALITY CONTROL, DRUG SHORTAGE, PHARMACISTS, TRAINED MEDICAL PERSONNEL, TRAINING, DRUG REQUIREMENTS, PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH, DRUG QUALITY, STORAGE CONDITION, HEALTH PLANNING.
Thematic Group:
WHO, (1970)
Thesaurus:
10.06.01 - Medical Practice
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Assignment Report on Pharmaceutical and Medical Stores Management, Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0143)
Abstract:
Reference: Ley, J.S. (1970). Assignment Report on Pharmaceutical and Medical Stores Management, Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0143), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ Nepal is divided for administrative purpose into 14 zones consisting of 75 districts, but geological and economic factors have divided the country into 2 main zones or areas: Kathmandu Valley and the rest of the country. Some 160 doctors are employed in the government health services, only 60 of whom work outside the Valley, giving a doctor-patient ratio of about 1 to 175000 people. In the Valley, road communications and transport permit close contact with all health institutions at all times, whereas in the rest of the country, contact is always extremely difficult and, at certain seasons of the year, virtually impossible. This basic fact must be kept in the foreground when consideration is being given to any national project.
Publisher: WHO Type / Script:
Official Document  in  English
Keywords:
PHARMACEUTICALS, MANAGEMENT, MEDICAL SUPPLIES, HEALTH SERVICES, ESSENTIAL DRUGS, HEALTH CENTRES, ANTIBIOTICS, DRUG QUALITY CONTROL, DRUG SHORTAGE, PHARMACISTS, TRAINED MEDICAL PERSONNEL, TRAINING, DRUG REQUIREMENTS, PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH, DRUG QUALITY, STORAGE CONDITION, HEALTH PLANNING
Thematic Group:
WHO, (1970)
Thesaurus:
10.06.01 - Medical Practice
PDF | File Size: 1.29 MB   Download
Feeder: YASHOHANGMARAI, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Assignment Report on Pharmaceutical and Medical Stores Management, Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0143)
Abstract:
Reference: Ley, J.S. (1970). Assignment Report on Pharmaceutical and Medical Stores Management, Nepal (WHO Project: SEARO 0143), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/
Publisher: WHO Type / Script:
Official Document  in  English
Keywords:
HEALTH
Thematic Group:
WHO, (1970)
Thesaurus:
01.00.0A - Political And Legal Questions
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