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Adherence

Facilitating the adherence journey of children, adolescents, and adults on long-term growth hormone therapy

Treatment adherence is a key factor influencing the outcomes of long-term growth hormone treatment. Suboptimal adherence has a substantial negative impact on patients (such as poorer health outcomes),...

Communicating with patients using a new vitamin B12 deficiency leaflet

To devise the processes to test nurse compliance in providing educational information to patients and the solutions to improve this, it was considered important to understand why educational...

Scales for assessing medication adherence in patients with hypertension

The purpose of the present study was to translate and validate the Hill-Bone and A-14 scales. In addition, the researchers' aim was to compare the mean scores of the Morisky Medication Adherence Scale...

Supporting better adherence among patients engaged in intermittent self-catherisation

To conduct the study, we started by identifying an engaged group of doctors and nurses working in urology or rehabilitation wards in five countries, all of whom had extensive experience with:.

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