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What should I do if my private sector contains both licensed retail pharmacies and licensed drug stores with substantially different prices?

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What should I do if my private sector contains both licensed retail pharmacies and licensed drug stores with substantially different prices?

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You should survey licensed retail pharmacies as the private sector and survey licensed drug stores as an other sector. Another option would be to survey both licensed retail pharmacies and licensed drug stores as part of the private sector, and then conduct a sub-group analysis of each (i.e. analyse each separately). However, this approach is discouraged as your sample size for each group will be smaller than recommended, thereby weakening your results.

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