PINTAR press release, 1 July 2022 The Indonesian government must strengthen measures to ensure the safety, operation and involvement of pharmacy personnel in future pandemic
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Community pharmacies play a crucial role in responding to the pandemic, but they require access to guidelines and equipment, a new study in Indonesia reveals
In commemoration of World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, the PINTAR research team successfully organised a webinar with the theme “Spread Awareness, Stop Resistance” on 27th November.
The PINTAR team conducted a series of activities in Indonesia to raise awareness about antimicrobial resistance and the dangers of using antibiotics inappropriately. The activities
New research shows that two thirds of visits to private drug retail outlets in Indonesia resulted in the dispensing of antibiotics without a prescription The
An online survey to explore the understanding of COVID-19 among community pharmacies and drugs sellers in Indonesia’s private sector went live on July 6 2020.
The PINTAR research team are undertaking a national survey of all registered community pharmacies and drug stores across Indonesia to help improve the quality of
PINTAR formative research results available Please check back again soon for details.