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Thank you for your interest in the algorithm for Medication adherence support decision aid (MASDA).

A range of solutions are available to support patients with taking their medication as prescribed.  The MASDA is intended to facilitate discussions between practitioners and patients to personalise these solutions. The decision aid comprises an algorithm that has been informed by a programme of research regarding medication adherence and compliance aids led by Dr Debi Bhattacharya

Please visit the related web-pages that underpin this research.

Downloading the algorithm

The algorithm is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

 

You are welcome to download the algorithm and to use it freely under terms of this licence and on condition that you let us know what you are planning to use it for. We require the details requested below so that we can comply with monitoring and assessment of the impact of the work on society.

If you have any difficulties downloading the MASDA, please contact us at ipadmin@uea.ac.uk.

General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) 2018. The Data Controller is the University of East Anglia. The information requested below will only be used to create summary data on the level and purposes of the use of the MASDA. We will only contact you as required to request feedback of your use of the questionnaire and not for any other purpose. The University does not sell or otherwise transfer personal data to any third parties without consent or unless required by law. For more details please see our Privacy Policy.

The algorithm will be available on completion of the form below.

If you download the algorithm now to read, then later decide to use it in a different way, for example in a health care or research setting, please come back to this website and let us know (by filling in your details again below).

If you have any difficulties downloading the algorithm, please contact Dr Debi Bhattacharya.