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Sunlows feb2014

  1. 1. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28TH 2-4PM Financial incentives have been considered as a notion to improve medication adherence in patients with severe mental illnesses. There has been a lively debate with strong opinions expressed in favour and against using such incentives. The presentation will summarise the argument about the use of financial incentives; present views of stakeholders obtained in a focus group study; and show the results of a randomised controlled trial (FIAT) testing the effectiveness of financial incentives to improve adherence to antipsychotic maintenance medication over a one year period. In the trial, incentives led to a significant improvement in medication adherence. Implications for practice will be discussed. Room 1.17, Franklin-Wilkins building, Waterloo Campus, Stamford Street, London SE1 8WA Please call or email to book a place: 020 7848 5015 www.sunlows.org.uk ----- info@sunlows.org.uk Future SUNLOWS dates for your diary: Friday 28th March Friday 25th April We always value your feedback! The Mental Health Research Network is part of the NIHR Clinical Research Network, which supports research to make patients, and the NHS, better. MHRN South London & South East Hub Financial incentives to improve medication adherence: presented by Professor Stefan Priebe @MHRNSLSEHub SUNLOWS TRIES TO MAKE THE SUBJECT OF RESEARCH USER-FRIENDLY Follow the South London & South East Hub on Twitter and Facebook: SUNLOWS

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