Multidisciplinary Case Studies of Neuro-Oncology Disorders: Administration, Clinical and Pharmacological, Organizational and Legal, Pharmaceutical Management

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https://doi.org/10.53933/sspmpm.v4i3.151

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ICD-11, neuro-oncology disorders, administration, pharmaceutical management, pharmacotherapy

Abstract

This article presents a series of multidisciplinary case studies on neuro-oncology disorders, encompassing aspects such as administration, clinical and pharmacological approaches, organizational and legal frameworks, and pharmaceutical management. A comprehensive plan has been developed for studying neuro-oncology disorders amid comorbid conditions in the context of military conflicts. The research outlines key directions, including the scientific hypothesis, objectives, anticipated innovations, research design, study subjects, methodologies, endpoints, evidence levels, and descriptions of scientific and technical products. Various facets of project effectiveness are detailed, emphasizing the discovery of new correlations between neuro-oncology disorders and comorbid conditions, paving the way for innovative therapeutic methods. The research design includes specific indicators of treatment effectiveness, covering assessment, diagnosis, pharmacotherapy, psychosocial support, psychocorrection, and strategies for professional reintegration. The degree of evidence and effectiveness is thoroughly evaluated. The study is expected to yield highly credible results that will enhance the optimization of neuro-oncology disorder treatments, improving medical, pharmaceutical, social, and economic outcomes. By integrating these multidisciplinary approaches, the research aims to significantly advance the understanding and management of neuro-oncology disorders, particularly in challenging environments such as military conflict zones.

Author Biography

Viktoriia Shapovalova, Lviv Medical University

Doctor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Professor, Lviv Medical University, Head of Department

Private Scientific Institution “Scientific and Research University of Medical and Pharmaceutical Law”

Public Organization “Association of Medical and Pharmaceutical Law”

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2024-07-01

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Shapovalova, V. (2024). Multidisciplinary Case Studies of Neuro-Oncology Disorders: Administration, Clinical and Pharmacological, Organizational and Legal, Pharmaceutical Management. SSP Modern Pharmacy and Medicine, 4(3), 1–11. https://doi.org/10.53933/sspmpm.v4i3.151

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