Danferous Drugs Distribution Surveillance in Grocery Stores of Consumer Protection Group in the Area of Mae Sa Riang Hospital

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Anchalee Chompoo
Surasit Surin

Abstract

Grocery survey data of pharmaceutical consumer protection group in area of Mae Sa
Riang Hospital showed that 121 stores had some dangerous drugs in theirs.(as of 2011).Many
people had bought some dangerous drugs from this groceries instead of go to clinic or hospital.
Therefore, from the results of survey that consumer protection in network of health Mae Sa
Riang hospital realized to harmful of dangerous drugs and brought to Dangerous Drugs
Distribution Surveillance in Grocery project and aimed to survey distributibution and reduction
amount of grocerys that sold dangerous drugs, and change the guideline to recognition and
penalty of entrepreneurs that sold dangerous drugs.
This study was the survey research and quasi-experimental type aimed to survey
grocerys .The sample groups were 11 villages of Mae Sa Riang hospital area in 2011, 2013
and 2014 by 121,116 and 85 grocerys respectively. The instruments used for data collection
were grocery survey checking form including household medicine manual and penalty.
Percentage, mean were used for statistical analysis and one way ANOVA was used for
hypothesis analysis at 95% significant level to compare in 3 years 2011, 2013 and 2014
( exclude 2012 : that Seminar project was used for grocery entrepreneurs )
The study results was found that the percentage amount of grocerys that sold
dangerous drug has decrease by 56.20, 50.86 and 30.59 % respectively and was significant
by different from the old model (P<0.05).It could be conclude that the model of survey
grocery including advice, household medicine manual and penalty effectiveness in continually
decreasing amout of grocerys that sold dangerous drugs.The monitoring plan should be
studied in qualitative research for example focus group and in depth interview entrepreneurs
to find out why the grocery remained sold dangerous drugs and how to manage this ploblem
for better effectiveness.

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Chompoo A, Surin S. Danferous Drugs Distribution Surveillance in Grocery Stores of Consumer Protection Group in the Area of Mae Sa Riang Hospital. TFDJ [Internet]. 2018 Aug. 10 [cited 2024 Apr. 19];22(1):45-50. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/fdajournal/article/view/139385
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