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What do patients think about tailored information leaflets with their medicines? A qualitative study

  • In: D4 - Current Issues Session - Vulnerable populations on Tuesday, 6 September 2011, 09:00-11:45
  • At: Hyderabad (India) (2011)
  • Type: Presentations + Posters
  • By: HAMROSI, Kim (University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia)
  • Co-author(s): Dickinson, Rebecca (University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom)
    Knapp, Peter (University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom)
    Aslani, Parisa (University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia)
    Sowter, Julie (University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom)
    Krass, Ines (University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia)
    Raynor, D.K. (University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom)
  • Abstract:

    Background: A common complaint surrounding medicine leaflets is the one-size fits all approach. Tailoring health messages may focus communication to an individual, increase patient understanding and stimulate patient behaviour change. Thus we aimed to explore patient opinions on tailoring written medicine information (WMI) to the individual.


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