Scottish MDs benefit from database model developed in Saskatchewan


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Abstract

In BriefA data-tracking system developed in Saskatchewan has helped health authorities in Scotland identify some deficiencies in the way certain drugs are prescribed and used. A researcher who published survey results in a local medical journal said the findings have helped doctors improve prescribing practices and identified a need to educate patients about the way antidepressant drugs work.

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