Alternative Answer


1) What factors do you think are related to the degree of cooperation between doctors and patients in the pharmacists’ rational drug use work (multiple choices available):

Whether there are laws, regulations and system guarantees; Related to the status of patients and doctors, such as whether the body is unwell, whether the workload is too large, etc.; Related to the ability to communicate with the pharmacist; the professional identity of the pharmacist; The trust degree of the pharmacist; Other

99; 93; 80; 88; 99; 1

2) The practical difficulties you encountered in the implementation of rational drug use are as follows (multiple choices are available):

The workload of drug preparation is heavy, and there is no time to conduct prescription review and medication guidance; Patient compliance is poor; Doctors do not cooperate; It is not possible to conduct individualized medication guidance based on the patient’s details; Others

95; 94; 59; 71; 3

3) What do you think is the reason for the above difficulties (multiple choices are available):

The legal system is not perfect; The hospital-related rational drug management system is not perfect; The hardware equipment and software facilities are insufficient; The staff is insufficient and the staffing is unreasonable; Doctors lack understanding and trust in the work of pharmacists; Patients lack understanding and trust in the work of pharmacists; Lack Corresponding training has led to a mismatch between pharmacy knowledge structure and the requirements of rational drug use; Lack of enthusiasm and motivation for work; Other

81; 75; 54; 91; 75; 89; 70; 25; 2