PATIENCE COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS
This FDA-approved patient information booklet was developed for health professionals to give to parents of children being treated for otitis media. Using the theme “Your Child Is Counting on You,” the program addresses the fact that up to 80% of antibiotics prescribed for children with middle ear infections are stopped prematurely by parents.
Client: Pharmacia Corporation
Treating Middle Ear Infections: Helping Your Child Get Better
Consumer Health Information Corporation handled all aspects of the project including development of the patient adherence strategy, integration of behavior modification techniques; content and translation of medical terminology into patient-friendly language; development of patient adherence tools, design that met patient education requirements and printing.
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