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Adherence in Dermatology

Adherence in Dermatology

Mai 2016

Hardcover, 177 p., 13 ill.

Verlag: Springer

ISBN: 978-3-319-30992-7

96,29 EUR

inkl. 7 % MwSt.

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  • Acts as a practical guide to adherence measurement and improvement strategies, allowing clinicians to maximize the effectiveness of common treatments and elicit the best possible treatment outcomes
  • Contains chapters devoted to adherence in specific important dermatologic disorders, enabling targeted methods to maximize adherence for each specific skin disease and regimen
  • Provides training valuable to practicing physicians, residents and medical students, enabling all clinicians to implement the most up-to-date, evidence-based best practices related to adherence
  • Addresses individually the specific reasons that patients may not adhere to their treatments, instructing readers how to overcome patients’ deficits in motivation, knowledge, behavioral skills, and memory

An essential, comprehensive, and practical guide to understanding, measuring, and modifying patients’ adherence behavior to optimize treatment outcomes, this book covers all major aspects of adherence in dermatology. The first section describes current knowledge on the magnitude and impact of nonadherence; the second outlines measuring adherence in the context of databases, trials and practice. The third section addresses adherence in key skin diseases and the fourth covers numerous strategies to improve adherence by mitigating specific patient barriers. All sections emphasize ways to optimize communication with patients: the foundation for producing successful health behavior change.

Low adherence helps explain why, despite effective treatments existing for all major dermatologic conditions, many patients still fail to improve. When clinicians endeavour to maximize adherence, with the aid of evidence-based strategies, these drugs will often realise their potential. This book devotes special attention to understanding why individuals may be nonadherent, so that each patient can receive a suitable treatment regimen, with a personalized plan of action.

This book is designed for clinicians at all levels, serving as both introductory training for medical students and residents, and an update on the field for experienced practitioners. Researchers and policymakers will also benefit from its coverage of research methods and the impact of nonadherence in specific diseases. Adherence in Dermatology bridges the gap between outcomes researchers and clinicians by explaining the latest findings in plain language, with examples from everyday dermatologic practice.