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Inappropriate use of medicines harms patients' health and increases healthcare costs. When healthcare professionals and patients engage together, healthcare can be based on the patient perspective, so the use of medicines is better tailored to each patient's needs and preferences. The result is a better relationship between patients and healthcare professionals, more appropriate medicines use, improved patient outcomes, and reduced healthcare costs. In this course you will learn about the patient perspective on medicines use, and how to explore and apply it in healthcare and health policy....
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23 de oct. de 2020

Good course, really good teachers and the way that the course is planned is perfect, you can get the hand of the course really fast and really learn about a lot of things. Also, the way that the quizes or assignments are done is very helpful to the learning.

por Joyce d

10 de dic. de 2020

The patient centred approach fitted my value system. The peer review challenged me . I enjoyed the quizzes. Thank you for providing this. I hope others benefit from this type of personal training and come out better people.

por Carolina C

5 de dic. de 2020

Is a really interesting course

por Hadiah

4 de nov. de 2020

very important topic

por Elizabeth C

18 de ene. de 2021

Great program

por Colin B

10 de dic. de 2020

Very interesting course. Not a lot of it was entirely new to me but it was good to have different aspects of the patient perspective brought together and the links to other concepts (like patient-centred medicines and polypharmacy) clarified. The demands of the course were just about right. Sufficient to feel one had done a proper course but not so demanding as to make it unmanageable with everything else going on.