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This white paper co-authored by our own Caroline Benson and Guy Yeoman, MediPaCe, discusses why non-adherence is occurring, how patients’ can be better engaged with their conditions and treatments and provides examples and results of patient engagement in action.

Non-adherence to medication is not a new global healthcare concern but with more people living with long-term conditions the problem is increasing[1]. A difficult problem to solve, this multifaceted phenomenon[2] can have a variety of negative effects for society and for the individuals involved.  

This white paper co-authored by our own Caroline Benson and Guy Yeoman, MediPaCe, discusses why non-adherence is occurring, how patients’ can be better engaged with their conditions and treatments and provides examples and results of patient engagement in action.  

Access the white paper here: 
http://cuttsyandcuttsy.com/blogs/Apr-2018/empowering-patients



1. Clyne W, et al. BMJ Open 2016; 6:e009610.
2. Kvarnström K, et al. BMJ Open 2018;8: e015332. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-015332

27th April 2018

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