Person-Centered Medication Study

Study Overview

Visit this site for a study overview in English and in Spanish

In the Person-Centered Medication study, we are exploring whether a medication teaching program helps people understand their medications and to assist them with taking their medications as prescribed. 

The purpose of this project is to study whether a medication teaching program helps people understand their medications and to assists them with taking their medications as prescribed.

By participating in this study, participants may become more aware of the medications they are taking. Participation in this study may also help people who speak other primary languages in the future. 

To thank you for your time and participation in this study you will receive a $15 dollar gift card through email or by mail upon completion of the pre-survey, the education, and the post-education survey. You will receive an additional $10 dollar gift card upon completion of the follow-up optional survey 4 weeks later. To participate in this study please visit and e-mail us once you have completed your survey with your name. We will email you back to set up a time for a zoom meeting or in-person meeting to complete the rest of the survey.

Dial-In Information

How to Participate

If you choose to participate in the Person-Centered Medication Study, please complete an online survey listed below.

You will be asked to (1) complete an online survey to share knowledge about your medications. (2) contact us thru email to take part in a virtual zoom meeting with a nurse to learn about your medication and learn about 1 or 2 new medications. Education can also be done in person. (3) complete a post-education survey online; (4) complete a follow-up survey one month after your education session online. This survey is optional.

Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 8:00am

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Students, Staff, Families, General Public

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