A multifaceted prospective memory intervention to improve medication adherence: design of a randomized control trial.

@article{Insel2013AMP,
  title={A multifaceted prospective memory intervention to improve medication adherence: design of a randomized control trial.},
  author={Kathleen C Insel and Gilles O. Einstein and Daniel G. Morrow and Joseph T. Hepworth},
  journal={Contemporary clinical trials},
  year={2013},
  volume={34 1},
  pages={45-52}
}
Adherence to prescribed antihypertensive agents is critical because control of elevated blood pressure is the single most important way to prevent stroke and other end organ damage. Unfortunately, nonadherence remains a significant problem. Previous interventions designed to improve adherence have demonstrated only small benefits of strategies that target single facets such as understanding medication directions. The intervention described here is informed by prospective memory theory and… CONTINUE READING
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