Between November 2014 and November 2015, a study conducted by Inserm (Unit 912 SESSTIM – Economic and Social Sciences, Health Systems and Medical Informatics), Université Aix-Marseille, IRD, CNRS and the PACA Regional Health Observatory, trialed the unit-dose dispensing of certain antibiotics across four regions in France. Out of 100 volunteer pharmacies, 75 pharmacies were randomly selected to offer unit-dose dispensing of treatment to patients with a prescription stating one or more of the 14 antibiotics concerned. The results of this trial, published in PLos ONE on September 19, 2017, are as follows:
Under severe pressure owing to an intense workload, medical students are attempting to boost their performance by any means. An Inserm study has revealed possible psychostimulant use among a third of these students. ...
One year after the 13 November attacks, the survey “Conditions de vie et Aspirations” (Living Conditions and Aspirations) by CRÉDOC (Research Centre for the Study and Monitoring of Living Standards), part of the 13 Novembre programme initiated by Inserm, CNRS and héSam ...
The expected and unexpected benefits of dispensing the exact number of pills
Carole Treibich1, Sabine Lescher2, Luis Sagaon-Teyssier2,3, Bruno Ventelou1,3