Effects of Pharmacist Intervention on Medication Adherence [poster]
Medication adherence is a complex healthcare issues with many variables. The purpose of this systematic review is to determine if involvement of pharmacists in medication adherence interventions will improve adherence and patient outcomes. The conceptual framework used to help guide this project is Albert Bandura’s self-efficacy theory. Self-efficacy is a person’s belief in their own ability to achieve a goal or task. This theory was used because self-efficacy is important to goal setting and motivation. Motivation and goal setting are important parts of changing behavior and those who are nonadherent with their medications would benefit from behavior changes to improve their adherence to medications and improving their health.
medication adherence, pharmacist, systematic review, primary care
Fulk, M. (2023). Effects of pharmacist intervention on medication adherence [poster]. St. David's School of Nursing, Texas State University.