Impact of Patient Condition Monitoring on Family Lived Experiences
In this study, the main research question was, during drug-related problems, what are some of the questions that patients might ask? The main aim of this study was to examine and describe the behaviors, activities, contextual factors, and attitudes associated with medication monitoring, with specific insights gained from community pharmacists. This case study employed a mixed methods technique in which qualitative and quantitative data was collected, analyzed, and interpreted. Whereas the initial number of participants in the qualitative phase entailed 12 individuals, saturation was reached after the ninth interview because the remaining three participants did not give any new insights, themes, or concepts.