As part of her Honours degree, Charlotte Brenkley, a final-year Pharmacy student at the University of Otago wants to explore New Zealander’s experiences of taking their daily, long-term medicines.
She is looking for people aged 18 years and over who have been taking prescription medicines daily on a long-term basis (≥1 medicine for at least 3 months) to complete the Living with Medicines Questionnaire version 3 (LMQ v3). The questionnaire has been modified for New Zealand from the original version developed and tested in the UK.
Knowing more about New Zealanders’ experiences and identifying any issues we can address, should help improve people’s ability to take their daily medicines, and lead to improvements in health.
To view more information and fill out the questionnaire click here:
The questionnaire is open until March 2018.
21 September, 2017
Blue Illusion is inviting you to join them in-store on Saturday 30 September, for their national styling event which celebrates the launch of their new Postcards from Corsica Catalogue.
4 September, 2017
The Asthma and Respiratory Foundation NZ has proudly launched a new resource that aims to improve the asthma health literacy of families across New Zealand. The “Managing your child’s asthma” resource teaches parents about asthma including how to help prevent an asthma attack.