The multimorbidity collaborative medication review and decision making (MyComrade) study: a pilot cluster randomised trial in two healthcare systems

Collette Kirwan, Lisa Hynes, Nigel Hart, Sarah Mulligan, Claire Leathem, Laura McQuillan, Marina Maxwell, Emma Carr, Kevin Roche, Scott Walkin, Caroline McCarthy, Colin Bradley, Molly Byrne, Susan M. Smith, Carmel Hughes, Maura Corry, Patricia M Kearney, Geraldine McCarthy, Margaret Cupples, Paddy Gillespie, Anna Hobbins, John Newell, LIAM GLYNN, Davood Roshan, Carol Sinnott … & Andrew W Murphy
Background: While international guidelines recommend medication reviews as part of the management of multimorbidity, evidence on how to implement reviews in practice in primary care is lacking. The MyComrade (MultimorbiditY Collaborative Medication Review And Decision Making) intervention is an evidence-based, theoretically informed novel intervention which aims to support the conduct of medication reviews for patients with multimorbidity in primary care. Aim: The pilot study aimed to assess the feasibility of a defnitive trial of the...
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