Data from: Characterizing the interaction between physicians, pharmacists and pharmaceutical representatives in a middle-income country: a qualitative study

Hajjar R, Bassatne A, Cheaito MA, Naser El Dine R, Traboulsy S, Haddadin F, Honein-AbouHaidar G, Akl EA

Date Published: September 15, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.br42r

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Description This file contains data collected from interviews with physicians , pharmacists and pharmaceutical representatives.Each participant was given a code representing the profession and an assigned number. Data are presented by themes and quotes from interviews
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Hajjar R, Bassatne A, Cheaito MA, Naser El Dine R, Traboulsy S, Haddadin F, Honein-AbouHaidar G, Akl EA (2017) Characterizing the interaction between physicians, pharmacists and pharmaceutical representatives in a middle-income country: A qualitative study. PLOS ONE 12(9): e0184662. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0184662

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Hajjar R, Bassatne A, Cheaito MA, Naser El Dine R, Traboulsy S, Haddadin F, Honein-AbouHaidar G, Akl EA (2017) Data from: Characterizing the interaction between physicians, pharmacists and pharmaceutical representatives in a middle-income country: a qualitative study. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.br42r
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