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รองศาสตราจารย์ ดร. นฤมล เจริญศิริพรกุล

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Title Author Year SCOPUS PUBMED ISI TCI
1. Management for improving patients' knowledge and understanding about drug allergy. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Chaipichit, N
Chumworathayi, P
Krska, J
0
2. Patient reporting of potential adverse drug reactions: A methodological study Jarernsiripornkul, N
Krska, J
Capps, PA
Richards, RM
Lee, A
2002
3. Patient reporting of adverse drug reactions: Useful information for pain management? N Jarernsiripornkul
J Krska
RME Richards
PAG Capps
2003
4. Prescription-Event Monitoring: New Systematic Approach of Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring to New Drugs Waraporn Kakaew
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
2005
5. Randomized trial of atorvastatin in improving endothelial function in diabetics without prior coronary disease and having average cholesterol level Tantikosoom, W
Thinkhamrop, B
Kiatchusakul, S
Jarernsiripornkul, N
Srinakarin, J
Ojongpian, S
2005
6. Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring to Antiepileptic Drugs by Patient Self Reports Piyanida Senacom
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Verawan Uchaipichat
2008
7. Adverse drug reaction monitoring: comparing doctor and patient reporting for new drugs Jarernsiripornkul, N
Kakaew, W
Loalukkana, W
Krska, J
2009
8. Hospital pharmacists' activities and attitudes regarding the Thai safety monitoring program for new drugs Jarernsiripornkul, N
Krska, J
Pongmanachai, M
Nasritha, N
2009
9. Knowledge, Understanding of Drug Allergy and Drug Allergy Card Carrying Behavior of Drug Allergic Patients in Srinagarind Hospital Nataporn Chaipichit
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Pansu Chumworathayi
2009
10. Patient self-reporting of potential adverse drug reactions to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Sudarat Chaisrisawadsuk
Aporanee Chaiyakum
Janet Krska
2009
11. Patient reporting of suspected adverse drug reactions to antiepileptic drugs: factors affecting attribution accuracy. Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Piyanida Senacom
Verawan Uchaipichat
Nataporn Chaipichit
Janet Krska
2012
12. Retrospective study of adverse drug reactions from warfarin: patient Self-reporting N. Jarernsiripornkul
C. Kantrong
S. Lawong
J. Krska
2012
13. Adverse Drug Reactions Monitoring to Disease Modifying Antirheumatic Drugs (DMARDs) by Patient Self Reports Pichayanin Ongtrakoolaree
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Ausanee Uajariyaku
Ajanee Mahakkanukrauh
2013
14. Survey of Nurses’ Roles and Attitudes towards Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring and Reporting Pannyada Horata
Kanchanok Gniamsombat
Siriluk Jaisue
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Khon Kaen 40002 Khon Kaen University
2013
15. A qualitative study to explore how patients identify and assess symptoms as adverse drug reactions Nataporn Chaipichit
Janet Krska
Thongchai Pratipanawatr
Verawan Uchaipichat
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
2014
16. Hospital pharmacists’ roles and attitudes in providing information on the safety of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand Phueanpinit, P
Jarernsiripornkul, N
Pongwecharak, J
Krska, J
2014
17. Patients' Attitude Towards Self-Reporting of Adverse Drug Reactions Nataporn Chaipichit
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Verawan Uchaipichat
Thongchai Pratipanawatr
Janet Krska
2014
18. การตระหนักถึงความปลอดภัยในการใช้ยาแก่ผู้ป่วยที่ได้รับยากลุ่ม NSAIDs ของเภสัชกรโรงพยาบาลในภาคตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือและทัศนคติต่อความจำเป็นในการให้ข้อมูลแก่ผู้ป่วย พชรภรณ์ เผื่อนพินิจ
จุราพร พงศ์เวชรักษ์
นฤมล เจริญศิริพรกุล
2014
19. การสำรวจประสบการณ์การเกิดอาการไม่พึงประสงค์จากการใช้ยาของผู้ป่วยในโรงพยาบาล อรุณโรจน์ ปัตสุรีย์
นฤมล เจริญศิริพรกุล
2014
20. Experiences of adverse drug effects reported by patients in ambulatory clinic Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Nataporn Chaipichit
Janet Krska
Verawan Uchaipichat
Thongchai Pratipanawatr
2015
21. Introducing self-reporting questionnaires about adverse drug reactions to patients: attitude towards their first experience Nataporn Chaipichit
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Verawan Uchaipichat
Thongchai Pratipanawatr
Janet Krska
2015
22. Management for improving patients’ knowledge and understanding about drug allergy Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Chaipichit, N.
Chumworathayi, P.
Krska, J.
2015
23. Management for improving patients´ knowledge and understanding about drug allergy. Manejo para mejora del conocimiento y entendimiento de los pacientes sobre alergias a medicamentos Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Nataporn Chaipichit
Pansu Chumworathayi
Janet Krska
2015
24. Medicine information leaflets for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2015
25. Statin adverse effects: patients’ experiences and laboratory monitoring of muscle and liver injuries Nataporn Chaipichit
Janet Krska
Thongchai Pratipanawatr
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
2015
26. SURVEY OF INFORMATION SOURCES ON DRUG SAFETY IN PATIENTS TAKING NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS N. Jarernsiripornkul
P. Phueanpinit
J. Pongwecharak
J. Krska
2015
27. Survey of patients' experiences and their certainty of suspected adverse drug reactions Narumol, J
Arunrot, P
Krska, J
2015
28. Experiences of and attitudes towards receiving information about non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: a cross-sectional survey of patients in Thailand. Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Pacharaporn Phueanpinit
Juraporn Pongwecharak
Janet Krska
2016
29. Experiences relating to adverse drug reactions in the community: a cross-sectional survey among patients and the general public in Thailand. Krska, J.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2016
30. Initial development and testing of an instrument for patient self-assessment of adverse drug reactions. Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Chaipichit, N.
Pratipanawatr, T.
Uchaipichat, V.
Krska, J.
2016
31. Knowledge and perceptions of the risks of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs among orthopaedic patients in Thailand Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2016
32. Medicine information leaflets for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand Phueanpinit, P
Pongwecharak, J
Krska, J
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2016
33. Physicians' communication of risks from non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and attitude towards providing adverse drug reaction information to patients Pacharaporn Phueanpinit
Juraporn Pongwecharak
Sermsak Sumanont
Janet Krska
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
2017
34. Public confidence in ADR identification and their views on ADRreporting: mixed methods study. Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Arunrot Patsuree
Janet Krska
2017
35. Attitude towards usefulness of patient information leaflets among ambulatory patients Supawinee Pongpunna
Thongchai Pratipanawatr
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
2018
36. Confidence and accuracy in identification of adverse drug reactions reported by outpatients Kampichit, S
Pratipanawatr, T
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2018
37. Evaluation of community pharmacists' roles in screening and communication of risks about non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand. Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2018
38. Screening and prevention of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug risk: Doctors and hospital pharmacists' roles Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Pacharaporn Phueanpinit
Juraporn Pongwecharak
Janet Krska
2018
39. Development and evaluation of user-tested Thai patient information leaflets for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: Effect on patients' knowledge. Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
2019
40. Practices of healthcare professionals in communicating with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug users in Thailand: a qualitative study. Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Pacharaporn Phueanpinit
Juraporn Pongwecharak
Janet Krska
2019
41. Survey of outpatients' use and needs of patient medicine information leaflets in Thailand Pongpunna, S
Pratipanawatr, T
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2019
42. Survey of healthcare professionals’ practices, expectations, and attitudes towards provision of patient information leaflets in Thailand Jarernsiripornkul, N
Nakboon, S
Anarj, K
Wongtaweepkij, K
2020
Count 25 25 29 8

Title Authors Year Publication name Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 รวม
1. Patient reporting of potential adverse drug reactions: A methodological study Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Krska, J.
Capps, P.A.G.
Lee, A.
2002 British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
3 (53), pp. 318-325
2. Patient reporting of adverse drug reactions: Useful information for pain management? Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Krska, J.
Capps, P.A.G.
2003 European Journal of Pain
3 (7), pp. 219-224
3. Randomized trial of atorvastatin in improving endothelial function in diabetics without prior coronary disease and having average cholesterol level Thinkhamrop, B.
Kiatchusakul, S.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Srinakarin, J.
Ojongpian, S.
2005 Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand
3 (88), pp. 399-406
4. Adverse drug reaction monitoring: Comparing doctor and patient reporting for new drugs Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Kakaew, W.
Loalukkana, W.
Krska, J.
2009 Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety
3 (18), pp. 240-245
5. Hospital pharmacists' activities and attitudes regarding the Thai safety monitoring program for new drugs Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Krska, J.
Pongmanachai, M.
Nasritha, N.
2009 Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety
9 (18), pp. 837-841
6. Patient self-reporting of potential adverse drug reactions to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Chaisrisawadsuk, S.
Chaiyakum, A.
Krska, J.
2009 Pharmacy World and Science
5 (31), pp. 559-564
7. Patient reporting of suspected adverse drug reactions to antiepileptic drugs: Factors affecting attribution accuracy Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Senacom, P.
Uchaipichat, V.
Chaipichit, N.
Krska, J.
2012 Epilepsy and Behavior
1 (24), pp. 102-106
8. A qualitative study to explore how patients identify and assess symptoms as adverse drug reactions Chaipichit, N.
Krska, J.
Pratipanawatr, T.
Uchaipichat, V.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2014 European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
5 (70), pp. 607-615
9. Hospital pharmacists’ roles and attitudes in providing information on the safety of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
2014 International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
6 (36), pp. 1205-1212
10. Management for improving patients’ knowledge and understanding about drug allergy Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Chaipichit, N.
Chumworathayi, P.
Krska, J.
2015 Pharmacy Practice
1 (13), pp.
11. Medicine information leaflets for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2015 International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
(), pp. 1-5
12. Statin adverse effects: patients’ experiences and laboratory monitoring of muscle and liver injuries Chaipichit, N.
Krska, J.
Pratipanawatr, T.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2015 International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
(), pp.
13. Statin adverse effects: patients’ experiences and laboratory monitoring of muscle and liver injuries Chaipichit, N.
Krska, J.
Pratipanawatr, T.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2015 International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
2 (37), pp. 355-364
14. Experiences of and attitudes towards receiving information about non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: A cross-sectional survey of patients in Thailand Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
2016 Expert Opinion on Drug Safety
4 (15), pp. 417-426
15. Experiences relating to adverse drug reactions in the community: A cross-sectional survey among patients and the general public in Thailand Krska, J.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2016 Expert Opinion on Drug Safety
3 (15), pp. 287-295
16. Initial development and testing of an instrument for patient self-assessment of adverse drug reactions Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Chaipichit, N.
Pratipanawatr, T.
Uchaipichat, V.
Krska, J.
2016 Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety
1 (25), pp. 54-63
17. Knowledge and perceptions of the risks of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs among orthopaedic patients in Thailand Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2016 International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
5 (38), pp. 1269-1276
18. Medicine information leaflets for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2016 International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
1 (38), pp. 25-29
19. Physicians' communication of risks from non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and attitude towards providing adverse drug reaction information to patients Pongwecharak, J.
Sumanont, S.
Krska, J.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2017 Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice
6 (23), pp. 1387-1394
20. Public confidence in ADR identification and their views on ADRreporting: mixed methods study Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Krska, J.
2017 European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
2 (73), pp. 223-231
21. Confidence and accuracy in identification of adverse drug reactions reported by outpatients Pratipanawatr, T.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2018 International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
6 (40), pp. 1559-1567
22. Evaluation of community pharmacists' roles in screening and communication of risks about non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2018 Primary Health Care Research and Development
6 (19), pp. 598-604
23. Development and evaluation of user-tested Thai patient information leaflets for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: Effect on patients' knowledge Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
2019 PLoS ONE
1 (14), pp.
24. Practices of healthcare professionals in communicating with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug users in Thailand: a qualitative study Jarernsiripornkul, N.
Pongwecharak, J.
Krska, J.
2019 International Journal of Pharmacy Practice
4 (27), pp. 362-369
25. Survey of outpatients’ use and needs of patient medicine information leaflets in Thailand Pratipanawatr, T.
Jarernsiripornkul, N.
2019 International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
1 (41), pp. 141-150
26. Survey of healthcare professionals’ practices, expectations, and attitudes towards provision of patient information leaflets in Thailand Jarernsiripornkul, N. 2020 International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
2 (42), pp. 539-548

Title Authors Year Journal title
1. Patient reporting of potential adverse drug reactions: a methodological study. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Krska, J
Capps, PA
Richards, RM
Lee, A
2002 British journal of clinical pharmacology
3 (53), pp. 318-25
2. Patient reporting of adverse drug reactions: useful information for pain management? Jarernsiripornkul, N
Krska, J
Richards, RM
Capps, PA
2003 European journal of pain (London, England)
3 (7), pp. 219-24
3. Randomized trial of atorvastatin in improving endothelial function in diabetics without prior coronary disease and having average cholesterol level. Tantikosoom, W
Thinkhamrop, B
Kiatchusakul, S
Jarernsiripornkul, N
Srinakarin, J
Ojongpian, S
2005 Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand = Chotmaihet thangphaet
3 (88), pp. 399-406
4. Hospital pharmacists' activities and attitudes regarding the Thai safety monitoring program for new drugs. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Krska, J
Pongmanachai, M
Nasritha, N
2009 Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety
9 (18), pp. 837-41
5. Patient self-reporting of potential adverse drug reactions to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Chaisrisawadsuk, S
Chaiyakum, A
Krska, J
2009 Pharmacy world & science : PWS
5 (31), pp. 559-64
6. Adverse drug reaction monitoring: comparing doctor and patient reporting for new drugs. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Kakaew, W
Loalukkana, W
Krska, J
2009 Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety
3 (18), pp. 240-5
7. Patient reporting of suspected adverse drug reactions to antiepileptic drugs: factors affecting attribution accuracy. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Senacom, P
Uchaipichat, V
Chaipichit, N
Krska, J
2012 Epilepsy & behavior : E&B
1 (24), pp. 102-6
8. Hospital pharmacists' roles and attitudes in providing information on the safety of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand. Phueanpinit, P
Jarernsiripornkul, N
Pongwecharak, J
Krska, J
2014 International journal of clinical pharmacy
6 (36), pp. 1205-12
9. A qualitative study to explore how patients identify and assess symptoms as adverse drug reactions. Chaipichit, N
Krska, J
Pratipanawatr, T
Uchaipichat, V
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2014 European journal of clinical pharmacology
5 (70), pp. 607-15
10. Survey of patients' experiences and their certainty of suspected adverse drug reactions. Narumol, J
Arunrot, P
Krska, J
2015 International journal of clinical pharmacy
1 (37), pp. 168-74
11. Statin adverse effects: patients' experiences and laboratory monitoring of muscle and liver injuries. Chaipichit, N
Krska, J
Pratipanawatr, T
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2015 International journal of clinical pharmacy
2 (37), pp. 355-64
12. Initial development and testing of an instrument for patient self-assessment of adverse drug reactions. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Chaipichit, N
Pratipanawatr, T
Uchaipichat, V
Krska, J
2016 Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety
1 (25), pp. 54-63
13. Experiences of and attitudes towards receiving information about non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: a cross-sectional survey of patients in Thailand. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Phueanpinit, P
Pongwecharak, J
Krska, J
2016 Expert opinion on drug safety
4 (15), pp. 417-26
14. Medicine information leaflets for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand. Phueanpinit, P
Pongwecharak, J
Krska, J
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2016 International journal of clinical pharmacy
1 (38), pp. 25-9
15. Experiences relating to adverse drug reactions in the community: a cross-sectional survey among patients and the general public in Thailand. Patsuree, A
Krska, J
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2016 Expert opinion on drug safety
(), pp. 1-9
16. Knowledge and perceptions of the risks of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs among orthopaedic patients in Thailand. Phueanpinit, P
Pongwecharak, J
Krska, J
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2016 International journal of clinical pharmacy
5 (38), pp. 1269-76
17. Physicians' communication of risks from non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and attitude towards providing adverse drug reaction information to patients. Phueanpinit, P
Pongwecharak, J
Sumanont, S
Krska, J
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2017 Journal of evaluation in clinical practice
6 (23), pp. 1387-1394
18. Public confidence in ADR identification and their views on ADRreporting: mixed methods study. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Patsuree, A
Krska, J
2017 European journal of clinical pharmacology
2 (73), pp. 223-231
19. Confidence and accuracy in identification of adverse drug reactions reported by outpatients. Kampichit, S
Pratipanawatr, T
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2018 International journal of clinical pharmacy
6 (40), pp. 1559-1567
20. Evaluation of community pharmacists' roles in screening and communication of risks about non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand. Phueanpinit, P
Pongwecharak, J
Krska, J
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2018 Primary health care research & development
(), pp. 1-7
21. Practices of healthcare professionals in communicating with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug users in Thailand: a qualitative study. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Phueanpinit, P
Pongwecharak, J
Krska, J
2019 The International journal of pharmacy practice
4 (27), pp. 362-369
22. Survey of outpatients' use and needs of patient medicine information leaflets in Thailand. Pongpunna, S
Pratipanawatr, T
Jarernsiripornkul, N
2019 International journal of clinical pharmacy
1 (41), pp. 141-150
23. Development and evaluation of user-tested Thai patient information leaflets for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: Effect on patients' knowledge. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Phueanpinit, P
Pongwecharak, J
Krska, J
2019 PloS one
1 (14), pp. e0210395
24. Survey of healthcare professionals' practices, expectations, and attitudes towards provision of patient information leaflets in Thailand. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Nakboon, S
Anarj, K
Wongtaweepkij, K
2020 International journal of clinical pharmacy
2 (42), pp. 539-548
25. Management for improving patients' knowledge and understanding about drug allergy. Jarernsiripornkul, N
Chaipichit, N
Chumworathayi, P
Krska, J
Pharmacy practice
1 (13), pp. 513

Title Authors Year Journal title Cited count
< 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 รวม
1. Patient reporting of potential adverse drug reactions: a methodological study N Jarernsiripornkul
J Krska
PAG Capps
RME Richards
A Lee
2002 BRITISH JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
3.0 (53.0), pp. 318.0-325.0
59 0 0 0 0 0 59
2. Patient reporting of adverse drug reactions: useful information for pain management? N Jarernsiripornkul
J Krska
RME Richards
PAG Capps
2003 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PAIN
3.0 (7.0), pp. 219.0-224.0
45 0 0 0 0 0 45
3. Adverse drug reaction monitoring: comparing doctor and patient reporting for new drugs N. Jarernsiripornkul
W. Kakaew
W. Loalukkana
J. Krska
2009 PHARMACOEPIDEMIOLOGY AND DRUG SAFETY
3.0 (18.0), pp. 240.0-245.0
40 0 0 0 0 0 40
4. Hospital pharmacists' activities and attitudes regarding the Thai safety monitoring program for new drugs N. Jarernsiripornkul
J. Krska
M. Pongmanachai
N. Nasritha
2009 PHARMACOEPIDEMIOLOGY AND DRUG SAFETY
9.0 (18.0), pp. 837.0-841.0
4 0 0 0 0 0 4
5. Patient self-reporting of potential adverse drug reactions to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Sudarat Chaisrisawadsuk
Aporanee Chaiyakum
Janet Krska
2009 PHARMACY WORLD & SCIENCE
5.0 (31.0), pp. 559.0-564.0
18 0 0 0 0 0 18
6. Patient reporting of suspected adverse drug reactions to antiepileptic drugs: Factors affecting attribution accuracy Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Piyanida Senacom
Verawan Uchaipichat
Nataporn Chaipichit
Janet Krska
2012 EPILEPSY & BEHAVIOR
1.0 (24.0), pp. 102.0-106.0
13 0 0 0 0 0 13
7. Retrospective study of adverse drug reactions from warfarin: patient Self-reporting N. Jarernsiripornkul
C. Kantrong
S. Lawong
J. Krska
2012 PHARMACOEPIDEMIOLOGY AND DRUG SAFETY
1.0 (21.0), pp. 114.0-114.0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
8. A qualitative study to explore how patients identify and assess symptoms as adverse drug reactions Nataporn Chaipichit
Janet Krska
Thongchai Pratipanawatr
Verawan Uchaipichat
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
2014 EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
5.0 (70.0), pp. 607.0-615.0
34 0 0 0 0 0 34
9. Hospital pharmacists' roles and attitudes in providing information on the safety of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in Thailand Pacharaporn Phueanpinit
Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Juraporn Pongwecharak
Janet Krska
2014 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACY
6.0 (36.0), pp. 1205.0-1212.0
14 0 0 0 0 0 14
10. Experiences of adverse drug effects reported by patients in ambulatory clinic Narumol Jarernsiripornkul
Nataporn Chaipichit
Janet Krska
Verawan Uchaipichat
Thongchai Pratipanawatr
2015 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACY
1.0 (37.0), pp. 213.0-213.0
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