Acute and chronic therapy: Factors that influence patient adherence and persistence

Summary

Studies in the literature have highlighted factors that impact patient adherence to acute and chronic therapy, across several disease states. However, there are many gaps in the area of factors that impact adherence and persistence, specifically:a)       in acute and chronic diseases in children; and b)       how factors may change with time, and with the inclusion of other confounders such as increased medication numbers, comorbidities, ageing etc 

Supervisor(s)

Associate Professor Parisa Aslani

Research Location

Sydney Pharmacy School

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

This research study aims to investigate the factors that impact patient adherence and persistence to acute and or chronic therapy, taking into account the multifactorial model of adherence. Projects are available in either diseases in children or adults, in chronic areas such as arthritis and mental health.

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Keywords

adherence, persistence, acute therapy, chronic therapy, Health Services, patient safety

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 929

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