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MY MEDICINE AND ME: HALF THE MEDICATIONS PRESCRIBED IN THE UK ARE NEVER TAKEN – WHY DON’T WE TAKE OUR MEDICINES AND WHAT CAN BE DONE?

3:00pm-5:00pm on Saturday 2 April

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Sidgwick Site, Lecture Block A, First Floor, Room 3, 7 West Road, CB3 9DT

A panel discussion on medication adherence behaviours and innovative, cost-effective solutions to improve adherence. Chaired by Professor Mike Kelly (Public Health and Primary Care Unit), the panel of experts in the field of medication adherence includes Professor John Weinman, Professor Robert Horne, Dr Christina Jackson, Dr Katerina Kassavou, and Ricky Stoch.

The PAM Trial team from the Behavioural Science Group within Department of Public Health and Primary Care is pleased host an event at the Cambridge Festival 2022!
The aim of this event is to:

- Encourage discussion about the difficulties in medication adherence, both at the personal level and healthcare system level

- Explore the use behavioural sciences interventions in medication adherence

- Showcase behavioural science innovations to address adherence behaviours

The event details are as follows:
Date: Saturday 2 April 2022
Time: Half day (15:00-17:00)
Venue: Lecture Block, First Floor, Room 3, Sidgwick Site, Cambridge

There will be a panel discussion with ±5 members (5 guests and a moderator). The guest are external and internal to the University and have an expertise in the field of medication adherence (confirmed guests are Professor John Weinman from Kings College, Professor Robert Horne from UCL, Ricky Stoch from Studio Fundi, Dr Katerina Kassavou from University of Cambridge, and Dr Christina Jackson from Sprout Health Solutions. At the end of the discussion, the floor will be opened for audience members to ask questions to the panel members.

Booking/Registration is: REQUIRED

Additional Information

Age: Adults
Format: Other, Talk
Timing: In person
Theme: Discovery, Health
Accessibility: Lift, Full access

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