Improving medication adherence in people with dementia through a technological design

Najwan El-Saifi, Wendy Moyle, Cindy Jingwen Jones, Haitham Tuffaha

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This study aims to describe a protocol to develop a conceptual design for a technological device based on theoretical knowledge to improve medication adherence in people with dementia. The six steps of the intervention mapping approach will be systematically applied. Step 1 will be a needs assessment using a mixed‐methods approach: a survey and interviews with carers to identify determinants of medication non‐adherence. Device outcomes and objectives will be set in Step 2 followed by the selection of practical theory‐informed methods in Step 3. In Step 4, the structure of the conceptual design will be determined through a Delphi technique. Finally, the implementation and evaluation plans for the design will be developed in Steps 5 and 6. To improve medication adherence in this population, the design should address the condition, patients’ and caregivers’ needs and factors contributing to the problem. Involvement of end‐users and a multidisciplinary team will ensure a practical and fit‐for‐purpose design bridging the gap between research and practice.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)482-485
Number of pages4
JournalJournal of Pharmacy Practice and Research
Volume49
Issue number5
Early online date11 Sep 2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2019

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Dementia
Conceptual design
Caregivers
Delphi Technique
Equipment and Supplies
Needs Assessment
Interviews
Research
Population

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Improving medication adherence in people with dementia through a technological design. / El-Saifi, Najwan; Moyle, Wendy; Jones, Cindy Jingwen; Tuffaha, Haitham.

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