An unlikely connection: loneliness and medication adherence

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We need an evolution of pharmacy practice that deeply appreciates the effects of loneliness and social isolation on medication adherence, writes Jenny Kirschner Experienced pharmacists scan patients for medication adherence gaps as an always-on approach to pharmacy practice. Yet, most pharmacists have not been primed to look for loneliness as a contributing factor to poor

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