Behavior and Knowledges of Patients Enrolled Into SIOUX Study (COM-Patient)
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Condition or disease
The adherence to treatment for osteoporosis doesn't exceed 50% after one year. The SIOUX project about the inter-professional collaboration (attending physician with dispensary pharmacist) developed therapeutic patient education (TPE) plans and created follow-up booklets which were dealt to the patients who have to transmit it to their two medical professionals twice a year during three years one after one. The results after 18 months are encouraging about the improvement of adherence to treatment and about the lifestyle changes.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Osteoporotic patients who have been enrolled into SIOUX study
patients enrolled into SIOUX study
cognitive troubles which prevent the patient to participate in individual interview