Assessing Medication Adherence in Culturally Diverse Populations: Enablers, Barriers, and Perceptions of Hospital Pharmacists

Medication nonadherence is more prevalent in some culturally and linguistically diverse populations and contributes to the health disparities experienced by these patients in Australia.

This study is investigating the current practice of hospital pharmacists in identifying, assessing, and intervening on medication nonadherence and the perceptions and challenges pharmacists face in managing medication nonadherence in patients from culturally diverse backgrounds.


- Hospital Pharmacists in Australia

How to take part

- You can contribute to this research by completing this 10-15 minute survey


This study has been approved by The University of Queensland Human Research Ethics Committee [Approval No. 2020001162]