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A Study of the Quality of Cardiovascular and Diabetes Medicines in Malang District, Indonesia, Using Exposure-Based Sampling
Dewi, Aksari, Anushka Patel, Anna Palagyi, Devarsetty Praveen, Bachtiar Rifai Pratita Ihsan, Ayuk Lawuningtyas Hariadini, Diana Lyrawati, et al. . BMJ Global Health 7, no. 11 (1 November 2022): e009762.

Substandard and falsified medicines: proposed methods for case finding and sentinel surveillance JMIR Public Health and Surveillance. doi: 10.2196/29309

Taking a Cut: Investigating incentives in Indonesia’s medicine supply chain Research report looking at the ways in which supply chain incentives affect medicine price and quality in Indonesia.

Challenges in maintaining medicine quality while aiming for universal health coverage: a qualitative analysis from Indonesia (Published 05 May 2021) BMJ Global Health 2021, 6, e003663

How moves towards universal health coverage could encourage poor quality drugs ( (Published 04 September 2019) BMJ 2019;366:l5327

Identifying market risk for substandard and falsified medicines: an analytic framework based on qualitative research in China, Indonesia, Turkey and Romania ( Pisani E, Nistor AL, Hasnida A et al. Wellcome Open Res 2019, 4:70

Brexit and medicine shortages: evidence from trade data ( (Published 03 October 2019) BMJ 2019;367:l5815

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