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Néphropathie diabétique : soutenir l’adhésion médicamenteuse de façon interprofessionnelle

Published inRevue Médicale Suisse, vol. 19, no. 829, p. 1085-1089
Publication date2023-05-31
First online date2023-05-31

Medication non-adherence in patients with diabetic kidney disease (DKD) is endemic. The PANDIA-IRIS study, implemented at the community pharmacy of Unisanté, illustrates the support of medication adherence in patients with DKD by pharmacists, through an interprofessional program (IMAP) based on a behavioral science theoretical framework. Implementing behavioural support programmes such as PANDIA-IRIS on a large scale in Switzerland is both a necessity and a challenge. These programmes should be an integral part of standard patient care. The transition of care towards interprofessional collaborations and a clarification of roles in supporting adherence, including the patient as a partner, will contribute to fully considering adherence in therapeutic decision making and support to enable better achievement of long-term clinical goals.

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BANDIERA, Carole et al. Néphropathie diabétique : soutenir l’adhésion médicamenteuse de façon interprofessionnelle. In: Revue Médicale Suisse, 2023, vol. 19, n° 829, p. 1085–1089. doi: 10.53738/REVMED.2023.19.829.1085
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