International Journal Devotes Entire Issue to Medication Compliance/ "Concordance"

The concept of “concordance,” a term preferred in the United Kingdom to that of medication “compliance,” is explored in depth in the International Journal of Pharmacy Practice (June 2001). Research from U.K. and U.S. experts in both concepts is presented, including the lead article, “From compliance to concordance,” and an assessment of whether “concordance” serves patient medication management.