SUPPORTING MEDICATION ADHERENCE
ONLINE TRAINING NOW AVAILABLE
Encouraging patient adherence to medication is a recognised way to help improve health outcomes.
The Centre for Adherence Research & Education (CARE) has been established by King’s College London to provide a research and learning hub for understanding and addressing non-adherence issues. Abbott shares these aims and is pleased to be able to offer healthcare professionals from across the world the opportunity to attend the online CARE course ‘Supporting medication adherence: basic principles and practice’.
The course has been created and developed by King’s College London and there is no cost to healthcare professionals to attend courtesy of an Educational Grant provided by Abbott to King’s College London.
If you are a healthcare professional and are interested to learn more about patient adherence and CARE, click on the link below and use this code abbott_india to access the course at no cost.
Please note that the number of codes available is limited and they will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
You can attend the course any time convenient for you and an official Certificate of Attendance will be issued after completion.
About the course
Supporting medication adherence: basic principles and practice
- The extent of non-adherence
- Reasons for non-adherence
- Behaviour change techniques that can be used by healthcare professionals to improve adherence.
The course requires 30 to 40 minutes of your time
For the Use of a Registered Medical Practitioner or a Hospital or a Laboratory Only