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Table 1 Medication management articles with the terms concept, framework, model or theory

From: Towards an understanding of the burdens of medication management affecting older people: the MEMORABLE realist synthesis

AuthorsTitleYearCountryTopicMethod
Concept (n = 4)
 Cheragi-Sohi, S., Jeffries, M., Stevenson, F. et al. [52]The influence of personal communities on the self-management of medication taking: A wider exploration of medication work2015UKPersonal communities involved in medication workSemi-structured interviews and the construction of Network Diagrams
 Fried, T.R., Niehoff, K., Tjia, J. et al. [53]A Delphi process to address medication appropriateness for older persons with multiple chronic conditions2016USATranslating framework concepts into specific strategies to identify and remediate inappropriate regimes, focusing on de-prescribing to reduce medication burdenModified Delphi process: 3 rounds of anonymised web-based surveys
 Naik, A.D., Dyer, C.B., Kunik, M.E. et al. [54]Patient Autonomy for the Management of Chronic Conditions: A Two-Component Re-conceptualisation2009USAAutonomy: decisional (about treatment) and executive (carry treatment plan out) in the context of multiple conditionsConcept development
 Upadhayay, J. and Joshi, Y [55].Observation of drug utilisation pattern and prevalence of diseases of elderly patients through home medication review2011IndiaMedication review by pharmacistsCommunity-based survey
Framework (n = 5)
 Bartlett-Ellis, R.J. and Welch, J.L.* [56]Medication-behaviours in chronic kidney disease with multiple chronic conditions: a meta-ethnographic synthesis of qualitative studies2016Australia, England, USAMedication taking and medication adherence behavioursQualitative study review
 Boskovic, J., Mestrovic, A. Leppee, M. et al. [57]Pharmacist competencies and impact of pharmacist intervention on medication adherence: an observational study2016CroatiaResults of pharmacists intervention on adherence in the communityObservational study
 Coleman, A [58].Medication Adherence of Elderly Citizens in Retirement Homes through a Mobile Phone Adherence Monitoring Framework (Mpamf) for Developing Countries: A Case Study in South Africa2014South AfricaIntervention development: technologyCase Study with qualitative interviews
 Schuling, J., Gebben, H., Veehof, L.J.G. and Haaijer-Ruskamp, F.M [59].De-prescribing medication in very elderly patients with multi-morbidity: the view of Dutch GP’s. A qualitative study2012NetherlandsExploring experienced GPs’ views on de-prescribing and involving older people in these decisionsQualitative study
 Yap, A.F., Thirumoorthy, T. and Kwan, Y.H [60].Medication adherence in the elderly2015SingaporeSystematic review of the barriers to adherence in the elderlyCase study
Model (n = 9)
 Doucette, W.R., Vinel, S. and Pennathur, P.* [61]Initial development of the Systems Approach to Home Medication Management (SAHMM) model2017USASystems approach to safe and effective home medication managementModel development
 Hennessey, B. and Suter, P [62].The Community-Based Transitions Model: One Agency’s Experience2011USAThe acquisition and use of health coaching competencies in home care clinicians at health transitionsModel development
 Jonikas, M.A. and Mandl, K.D [63].Surveillance of medication use: early identification of poor adherence2011USAIdentification of population level adherence and risk of poor adherenceModel development
 Khabala, K.B., Edwards, J.K., Baruani, B. et al. [64]Medication Adherence Clubs: a potential solution to managing large numbers of stable patients with multiple chronic diseases in informal settlements2015KenyaAssessment of the people’s care through nurse facilitated Medication Adherence ClubsRetrospective descriptive study
 Kucukarslan, S.N., Lewis, N.J.W., Shimp, L.A. et al.* [65]Exploring patient experiences with prescription medicines to identify unmet patient needs: Implications for research and practice2012Canada, USAIdentification and characterisation of patients’ unmet needs when taking prescribed medicationGrounded theory approach to interview content analysis
 McHorney, C.A., Zhang, N.J., Stump, T. et al.* [66]Structural equation modelling of the proximal distal continuum of adherence drivers2012USAIdentification of adherence driversModel development
 Lau, Y., Htun, T.P., Chan, K.S. and Klainin-Yobas, P [67].Multidimensional factors affecting medication adherence among community-dwelling older adults: a structural-equation modelling approach2017ChinaMultidimensional factors affecting medication adherence: measuring medication adherence, professional-help relationship and self-care abilitiesExploratory cross-sectional approach using interviews and modelling
 Milani, R.V. and Lavie, C.J [68].Health Care 2020: Reengineering Health Care Delivery to Combat Chronic Disease2015USAModifying the healthcare delivery model to include team-based care in concert with patient-centred technologiesReview
 Shepherd, J.G., Locke, E., Zhang, Q. and Maihafer, G [69].Health Services Use and Prescription Access Among Uninsured Patients Managing Chronic Diseases2014USAIdentification of relationships between population characteristics, health behaviour and outcomesLongitudinal quasi-experimental design with convenience sample for assessment and notes review
Theory (n = 6)
 Geryk, L.L., Blalock, S.J., DeVellis, R.F. et al. [70]Medication Self-management Behaviors among Arthritis Patients: Does Attentional Coping Style Matter?2016USACoping stylesInternet based survey
 Haslbeck, J.W. and Schaeffer, D [71].Routines in medication management: the perspective of people with chronic conditions2009GermanyRoutines in medication management along chronic illness trajectorySemi structured interviews: initial and follow up
 Laba, T-L., Lehnbom, E., Brien, J. and Jan, S [72].Understanding if, how and why non-adherent decisions are made in an Australian community sample: A key to sustaining medication adherence in chronic disease?2015AustraliaIntentional non-adherent decisions and behavioursSemi-structured interviews and theory-informed iterative thematic framework analysis
 Marks, R [73].Self-efficacy and arthritis disability: An updated synthesis of the evidence base and its relevance to optimal patient care2014n/aSelf-efficacy, pain and disability, adherence to therapeutic strategies and outcomes, applicable to assessment and treatmentReview and synthesis
 Oliveira, C., Helena, J. and Castro-Caldas, A [74].Interventions to Improve Medication Adherence in Aged People with Chronic Disease – Systemic Review2017USA, China, Portugal, ItalyNursing interventions to improve medication adherence in older people with chronic diseaseSystematic Review
 Skolasky, R.L., Green, A.F., Scharfstein, D. et al. [75]Psychometric Properties of the Patient Activation Measure among Multimorbid Older Adults2011USAPatient Activation Measure (Hibbard): Psychometric properties and model evaluationInterviews + completion of Measure. Cross-Sectional and latent class analysis
  1. *Articles containing more than one of the search terms