Patient adherence to medical treatment: a meta review

@inproceedings{Sluijs2006PatientAT,
  title={Patient adherence to medical treatment: a meta review},
  author={Emmy M Sluijs and Sandra van Dulmen and Liset van Dijk and D. T. D. de Ridder and Rob E. Heerdink and Jozien M. Bensing},
  year={2006}
}
Al decennialang lukt het niet de therapietrouw van patienten te verbeteren. Terwijl daarmee volgens de Wereldgezondheidsorganisatie meer winst te behalen is voor de volksgezondheid dan met de ontwikkeling van nieuwe medicijnen. NIVEL-onderzoek biedt aanknopingspunten. Niet iedere patient slikt trouw de pillen die de arts hem voorschrijft. Soms willens en wetens, meestal per ongeluk. Bij gebrekkige ‘therapietrouw’ hebben medicijnen minder effect; levensverwachting en kwaliteit van leven van… CONTINUE READING

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