Weronika Micula-Gondek

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BACKGROUND It has been demonstrated that 46% to 48% of individuals with bipolar disorder (BD) are at least partially nonadherent with prescribed medication. Reports of whether male gender is a predictor of treatment nonadherence in BD have been inconsistent. The construct of gender may also be a matter of cultural orientation, and psychological gender, as a(More)
BACKGROUND There are few psychosocial interventions specifically focused on improved treatment adherence in people with bipolar disorder (BD). Customized adherence enhancement (CAE) is a needs-based, manualized approach intended to improve medication adherence in individuals with BD. This was a six-month prospective trial of a CAE among 43 medication(More)
OBJECTIVE A three-month prospective trial of a psychosocial intervention--customized adherence enhancement (CAE)--was conducted with 43 medication-nonadherent individuals with bipolar disorder. METHODS CAE modules were administered as indicated by a screen that identifies reasons for nonadherence. The primary outcome was change in adherence to(More)
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