Using the Behaviour Change Wheel to explore potential strategies for minimising harms from non-recreational prescription medicine sharing.

Affiliation

School of Pharmacy, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. Electronic address: [Email]

Abstract

Non-recreational sharing of prescribed medicines can have positive outcomes under some circumstances, but can also result in negative health outcomes. This paper describes a theoretically underpinned and systematic approach to exploring potential interventions to reduce harm.

Keywords

Behaviour change wheel,COM-B,Intervention,Medicine borrowing,Medicine lending,Medicine sharing,

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