Assessing the Impact of Label Format on People's Ability to Interpret and Apply Prescription Medicine Information – Quantitative Research, 2020

This report by the University of Sydney School of Pharmacy informed the development of the National Standard for Labelling Dispensed Medicines. The report summarises data from a quantitative evaluation of prototype labels in Australia. Subsequent stakeholder consultations were undertaken to finalise the Standard. 

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Description

The study’s objectives were to:

  • Explore the impact of labelling characteristics on people’s ability to apply dosage-related information, and
  • Compare the performance of the study-developed dispensed prescription medicine labels with a currently implemented label format.

 

Publication year
2020
Resource type
Publication, report or update