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Electronic monitoring devices that assess adherence to medications in real-time are currently considered one of the most objective measures of adherence. One of these devices, Wisepill, is a small pill container, that records the date and time the device is opened and sends those event details to a server in real-time, monitoring whether pills are taken at the appropriate time(s) per day. Wisepill has been primarily used in research contexts with HIV in low-resource settings, but has potential for wider implementation. Participants attending this workshop learn how to set-up Wisepill for clinical and/or research use, how to use the Wisepill website, how to troubleshoot the Wisepill barriers for patients in low-resource contexts, how to manage and tailor the data outputs to specific contexts and how to use Wisepill as an intervention tool. The role of alternate adherence measurement tools in combination with Wisepill is also discussed.

11:00
WEWS0401
Introduction
Reuben Robbins, Columbia University, United States
11:10
WEWS0402
Overview of Wisepill
11:20
WEWS0403
Examples of Wisepill use in research
11:35
WEWS0404
Wisepill demonstration
11:50
WEWS0405
Participant engagement
12:20
WEWS0406
Closing remarks