You may be feeling pretty good, as far as suffering from an illness goes.
Maybe you and your doctor have just decided together on the best treatment plan for you and you’re quite optimistic about what needs to be done.
Well, what happens now?
Unfortunately, if you're like most patients, you'll likely find that even all the optimism in the world won't necessarily translate into a perfect adherence score on your part.
In simplified terms, adherence is how well you follow your treatment plan. This can refer to taking medicine, making lifestyle and dietary changes, or whatever helps keep your condition under control.
I know from my own first-hand experience that just getting involved in a new project or having to travel can throw me off and make me forget to take my own meds. And that’s me – a smart, dedicated lady, and very mindful of my health!
For a combination of reasons, no matter how good patients feel about their physician, their treatment, or the idea of lifestyle changes, most of them somehow don’t find themselves following through as well as they should or could.
This course is intended to help you bridge that gap.
We’ll identify what holds you back from optimal adherence, explore research-based strategies to help you up your game, and empower you to assume greater responsibility for your health decisions.
We believe what we’ve put together here can really make a difference.
So, whether you are a member of the "long-term chronic illness club" or your stint with medication is short-term, this course can help you improve your adherence and, most importantly, your health.
TL;DR – If your adherence is anything short of perfect, this course is for you!
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