Reducing Adverse Self-Medication Behaviors in Older Adults with Hypertension: Results of an e-health Clinical Efficacy Trial

@inproceedings{Neafsey2011ReducingAS,
  title={Reducing Adverse Self-Medication Behaviors in Older Adults with Hypertension: Results of an e-health Clinical Efficacy Trial},
  author={Patricia J. Neafsey and Cyr E. M’lan and Miaomiao Ge and Stephen J. Walsh and Carolyn A. Lin and Elizabeth H Anderson},
  booktitle={Ageing international},
  year={2011}
}
A randomized controlled efficacy trial targeting older adults with hypertension (age 60 and over) provided an e-health, tailored intervention with the "next generation" of the Personal Education Program (PEP-NG). Eleven primary care practices with advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) providers participated. Participants (N = 160) were randomly assigned by the PEP-NG (accessed via a wireless touchscreen tablet computer) to either control (entailing data collection and four routine APRN… CONTINUE READING

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