A phenomenological investigation of patients' lived experiences of medicines adherence : a novel perspective for future intervention development

@inproceedings{Rathbone2017API,
  title={A phenomenological investigation of patients' lived experiences of medicines adherence : a novel perspective for future intervention development},
  author={Adam P Rathbone},
  year={2017}
}
Approximately 50% of medications are not used as prescribed, this phenomenon is known as non-adherence. The literature concerning this phenomenon focuses on reasons medicines are not taken, dissecting experiences to identify mechanisms that act as barriers and facilitators to using medicines as prescribed. Theoretical frameworks and models have been developed that conceptualise the phenomenon, enabling interventions to be established to improve medicines use. However these interventions have… CONTINUE READING

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