BMC Health Services Research
(Accessed 06 Nov 2021)
Barriers and facilitators to the uptake of new medicines into clinical practice: a systematic review
Implementation and uptake of novel and cost-effective medicines can improve patient health outcomes and healthcare efficiency. However, the uptake of new medicines into practice faces a wide range of obstacles. Earlier reviews provided insights into determinants for new medicine uptake (such as medicine, prescriber, patient, organization, and external environment factors). However, the methodological approaches used had limitations (e.g., single author, narrative review, narrow search, no quality assessment of reviewed evidence). This systematic review aims to identify barriers and facilitators affecting the uptake of new medicines into clinical practice and identify areas for future research.
Authors: Kristina Medlinskiene, Justine Tomlinson, Iuri Marques, Sue Richardson, Katherine Stirling and Duncan Petty
Citation: BMC Health Services Research 2021 21:1198
Content type: Research article
Published on: 5 November 2021