BMC Psychiatry 2013, 13153 httpwww.biomedcentral.com1471-244X13Page five ofTable 3 Service user desire to changenot change therapy behaviourService user self-report Did want to change the way they followed recommendations Stick to extra closely Follow significantly less closely Didn't wish to adjust the way they followed suggestions Of these Undertaking something distinctive to suggestions Not following recommendations and didn't wish to change their degree of adherence 1023 (43) 1035 (29) Service users (no.total ) 1235 (34) 735 (20) 535 (14) 2335 (66)"I really feel okay on less and see no cause to take more" (P39) Altering the time of medication tended to be connected with managing sleep patterns and tiredness "I was working nights and needed to really feel alert throughout the night" (P9) "Took order Dimethyloxallyl Glycine antidepressants when a day rather than twice per day, to possess much more power through the day" (P3)Obstacles to adherence"I nevertheless endure from intrusive and painful thought disturbance" (P1) "... There was a significant good correlation among satisfaction with help and satisfaction with medication received (rS = 0.43, N = 35, p = 0.01).Qualitative Thematic analysisThree main themes have been identified `Living nicely for self and others'; `Obstacles to adherence'; `Therapeutic support'.Living effectively for self and othersSubthemes `Staying nicely and avoiding unfavorable consequences'; `Managing side-effects and symptoms' The motives service customers gave for either following or intentionally not following remedy recommendations may be analysed under the theme `Living well for self and others'. That's, service-users made choices about their treatment suggestions in order to reside as well as possible using the symptoms of their diagnosis and the side-effects of medicines, with decision-making taking place in response for the demands of daily living. The factors given by service customers for often or occasionally following recommendations formed the subtheme `Staying effectively and avoiding unfavorable consequences'. Treatment recommendations have been adhered to insofar as medication was seen as essential to keep nicely and reside asGibson et al. BMC Psychiatry 2013, 13153 httpwww.biomedcentral.com1471-244X13Page 5 ofTable three Service user desire to changenot modify treatment behaviourService user self-report Did wish to change the way they followed recommendations Adhere to extra closely Adhere to significantly less closely Didn't would like to change the way they followed recommendations Of these Undertaking a thing different to recommendations Not following recommendations and didn't choose to alter their amount of adherence 1023 (43) 1035 (29) Service users (no.total ) 1235 (34) 735 (20) 535 (14) 2335 (66)"I really feel okay on significantly less and see no purpose to take more" (P39) Altering the time of medication tended to become connected with managing sleep patterns and tiredness "I was operating nights and required to feel alert throughout the night" (P9) "Took antidepressants after a day rather than twice each day, to possess far more energy through the day" (P3)Obstacles to adherence"I still suffer from intrusive and painful believed disturbance" (P1) "... monthly or fortnightly my mood drops and I have a extreme depression lasting about a week" (P41) "I am actually fed up with ... getting to possess a blood test just about every four weeks" (P35) "I just want I didn't need to take a lot medication" (P19) The reasons given by service customers for intentionally doing one thing various to their therapy suggestions informed the subtheme `Managing side-effects and symptoms'.