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Biomedical Science and Research Journals | Peculiarities of Implementation of the Concept of Providing Quality of Drugs in Ukraine

Peculiarities of Implementation of the Concept of Providing Quality of Drugs in Ukraine Introduction The modern quality assurance of medicines covers the quality assurance of drugs, from the stage of their pharmaceutical development, research, through proper production, quality control, storage, implementation and the provision of information to the physician and patient. According to this concept, reliable guarantees of quality and safety of the drug should be provided at all stages of the drug life cycle. The quality of each drug should be proven at the stages of preclinical studies and clinical trials, objectively evaluated in the case of state registration, securely secured in the course of industrial serial production, and constantly controlled in the wholesale, retail and medical applications. In the focus of the WHO’s recommendations, all areas of the implementation of the concept of quality assurance of drugs should be aimed at meeting the needs of patients. The ai

Biomedical Science and Research Journals | Training to Train Resident as A Clinical Teacher: Perception of the Participant Residents

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Training to Train Resident as A Clinical Teacher: Perception of the Participant Residents Abstract Introduction: The residents have long been recognized as resource for clinical teaching to students, interns, junior residents. They need to train to become effective clinical teachers. That’s why Universal College of Medical Sciences Bhairahawa, Nepal organized one day “Training to train resident as a clinical teacher”. The objective this study was to take feedback of the participant residents and assess how they perceive the training at level-I of Kirkpatrick model of evaluation. Methodology: Feedback of the participants of training was taken on the valid semi-structured questionnaire comprised of four parts: Part A-Demographic information, Part B-Overall feedback on training, Part C. Feedback on specific sessions and Part D- Feedback for the improvement. Data was analyzed using IBMS SPSS version 21. Results:  The participants rated training on scale 1-10 (1=poor, 10=excell

Biomedical Science and Research Journals | Burnout Syndrome in Syria: What are the affecting factors

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Burnout Syndrome in Syria: What are the affecting factors Abstract Background:  Burnout syndrome is the response to work-related process of chronic stress. In recent years, burnout syndrome began to be investigated in college students. A more comprehensive definition of burnout has recently been proposed to differentiate three different clinical subtypes of the syndrome: the frenetic type, the underchallenged type, the worn-out type characterized by overload, lack of development, neglect respectively. Risk Factors for Burnout include Specific job characteristics and personality characteristics. Emotional Intelligence (EI) is proposed to have the potential to deepen and enrich students’ understanding of competency during medical training, and possibly contributing in developing burnout among students. Materials and Methods:  we preformed cross-sectional study on medical and dental students of Damascus University. A specially designed questionnaire was used to collect data co

Biomedical Science and Research Journals | Leading Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease Among the Population of The North-West of Russia

Leading Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease Among the Population of The North-West of Russia Abstract Arterial hypertension and coronary heart disease cause huge damage to the health of the population, being the strongest risk factor for the excess mortality of the population. The results of many prospective studies conducted in the country show a high prevalence of these FR and prove their influence on the indices and dynamics of CVD mortality [ 1 , 2 ]. The concept of RF became the scientific basis for prevention, reducing morbidity and mortality from CVD and is widely used in practical work [ 3 - 5 ]. Keywords:  Risk factors; –°ardiovascular diseases; The population of the North-west of Russia Introduction The study of regional features of the RF in the conditions of over-mortality of the population is actual, which determined the subject of this study. One of the important achievements in the field of cardiology in the second half of the 20th century was the disco