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Factors affecting patient adherence and satisfaction: An empirical study on the community pharmacy in Japan

  • At: Amsterdam (the Netherlands) (2012)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: SASAKI, Mayu (Maple, Sapporo, Japan)
  • Co-author(s): Kurita, M. (Maple, Sapporo, Japan)
    Yoshikawa, E. (Maple, Sapporo, Japan)
    Ito, H. (Maple, Sapporo, Japan)
    Nakagawa, H. (Maple, Sapporo, Japan)
    Yokokawa, K. (Maple, Sapporo, Japan)
    Okada, M. (Maple, Sapporo, Japan)
    Shimanaka, T. (Maple, Sapporo, Japan)
    Saito, C. (Maple, Sapporo, Japan)
    Hayase, Y. (Hokkaido Pharmaceutical University, Otaru, Japan)
    Sakurai, H. (Hokkaido Pharmaceutical University, Otaru, Japan)
  • Abstract:

    [Background]Although separation of dispensing and prescribing functions has been progressing in these two decades, it cannot be said that study on the outpatient’s adherence is accumulated sufficiently in Japan. About the previous studies, focused diseases or factors have been restricted in Japan.[Aims]This study’s aim was to investigate influence


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