Patients' use of information about medicine side effects in relation to experiences of suspected adverse drug reactions: a cross-sectional survey in medical in-patients.

@article{Krska2013PatientsUO,
  title={Patients' use of information about medicine side effects in relation to experiences of suspected adverse drug reactions: a cross-sectional survey in medical in-patients.},
  author={Janet Krska and Charles W. Morecroft},
  journal={Drug safety},
  year={2013},
  volume={36 8},
  pages={673-80}
}
BACKGROUND Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are common, and information about medicines is increasingly widely available to the public. However, relatively little work has explored how people use medicines information to help them assess symptoms that may be suspected ADRs. OBJECTIVE Our objective was to determine how patients use patient information leaflets (PILs) or other medicines information sources and whether information use differs depending on experiences of suspected ADRs. METHOD… CONTINUE READING
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