Comprehensibility of a standardized medication plan

  • At: 2016 FIP Congress in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: SCHULZ, Martin (ABDA, Medicine, Berlin, Germany)
  • Co-author(s): Lea Botermann:Medicine,ABDA,Berlin,Germany|Katharina Monzel:Internal Medicine III - Cardiology,Saarland University Medical Center,Homburg/Saar,Germany|Katrin Krueger:Medicine,ABDA,Berlin,Germany|Christiane Eickhoff:Medicine,ABDA,Berlin,Germany|Angelika Wachter:Internal Medicine III - Cardiology,Saarland University Medical Center,Homburg/Saar,Germany|Charlotte Kloft:Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Biochemistry,Institute of Pharmacy, Freie Universitaet Berlin,Berlin,Germany|Ulrich Laufs:Internal Medicine III - Cardiology,Saarland University Medical Center,Homburg/Saar,Germany|Martin Schulz:
  • Abstract:

    A standardized medication plan (MP) has been developed and recently implemented into German law depicting all medicines taken. It has never been studied if patients understand a MP and can transfer the given information into practice.

    The MP v2.0 was tested in N=40 patients and the “Evaluation Tool to test the handling of the Medication Plan”

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