Concept analysis of medication non-compliance

Journal of Nursing & Care

ISSN: 2167-1168

Open Access

Concept analysis of medication non-compliance

23rd World Nursing and Healthcare Conference

July 10-12, 2017 Berlin, Germany

Kai-Jen, Cheng Hsiao-Yun,Chang and Ya-Ling, Lin

1Division of Nephrology, Department of Internal Medicine, Dalin Tzu Chi Hospital, Buddist Tzu Chi Medical Foundation, Chiayi , Taiwan
2Associate Professor, School of Nursing,Fooyin University,Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
3Lecturer, School of Nursing, Kao-Mei Junior College Of Health Care And Management,Kaohsiung City, Taiwan

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Nurs Care

Abstract :

Medication therapy is a common and necessary treatment for chronic illness; however, good compliance needs to depend on patientsâ?? habits, foods, and sleep. Medication compliance is a common problem for a patient with chronic illness. It might not only result in serious complications but also medical-economic waste. A study found that only 15% patients with type 2 diabetes have a good medication compliance in a year.Analyze the concept of medication non-compliance and identify its defining attributes, antecedents and consequences and list cases to clarify this concept. It was defined as patient disobeys the healthcare advices with active or passive non-compliance behaviors and the rate of medication compliance less than 80% .This study searched literature from the following databases: MEDLINEã?PubMedã?CINAHLã?ProQuest and CEPS for the concept analysis of medication non-compliance. The data analysis was using Walker and Avantâ??s (Walker & Avant, 2005) eight steps of concept analysis, including:1.Select a conceptï¼?2. Determine the aims or purposes of analysisï¼?3. Identify all uses of the conceptï¼?4. Determine the defining attributesï¼?5. Construct a model caseï¼?6. Construct borderlineã?relatedã?contrary, and invented casesï¼?7. Identify antecedents and consequencesï¼?8. Define empirical referents. Evidence-based data is to examine the real phenomenon of the concept, and questionnaires and laboratory tests are used as value tools. By analyzing the concept of medication non-compliance, we hope to define the antecedents and consequences of this concept which can help the healthcare workers to deal with the patients with this problem.

Biography :

Kai-Jen,Cheng is a visiting staff of Division of Nephrology in Dalin Tzu Chi Hospital. I have published 2 articles in domestic journals and one poster in international Conference.

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