Medication Timing Errors for Parkinson's Disease: Perspectives Held by Caregivers and People with Parkinson's in New Zealand

@inproceedings{Buetow2010MedicationTE,
  title={Medication Timing Errors for Parkinson's Disease: Perspectives Held by Caregivers and People with Parkinson's in New Zealand},
  author={Stephen Buetow and Jenny Henshaw and Linda J. M. Bryant and Deirdre O'Sullivan},
  booktitle={Parkinson's disease},
  year={2010}
}
Background. Common but seldom published are Parkinson's disease (PD) medication errors involving late, extra, or missed doses. These errors can reduce medication effectiveness and the quality of life of people with PD and their caregivers. Objective. To explore lay perspectives of factors contributing to medication timing errors for PD in hospital and community settings. Design and Methods. This qualitative research purposively sampled individuals with PD, or a proxy of their choice, throughout… CONTINUE READING

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