Medication compliance aids: a qualitative study of users' views.

  title={Medication compliance aids: a qualitative study of users' views.},
  author={J Lecouturier and Bill Cunningham and David W. Campbell and Richard D. Copeland},
  journal={The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners},
  volume={61 583},
BACKGROUND Despite the rapid rise in the use of multicompartmental compliance aids (MCAs), little is known about the role they play in self-management of medication. AIM To explore the perceived benefits of MCAs for people using them to manage their own or a relative's medication. DESIGN OF STUDY Qualitative study using in-depth interviews. SETTING West Northumberland. METHOD Recruitment was via posters and leaflets in general practices and community pharmacies. In-depth interviews were… CONTINUE READING