adherence behavior

adherence behavior

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as the self-initiated actions to promote optimal wellness, recovery, and rehabilitation. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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Generalizability of trial participants' adherence behavior
Although current literature reveals that perceived barriers, such as beliefs about undesirable medication effects or socioeconomic status, are associated with adherence behavior, research has not determined dependable predictors, barriers, or interventions that relate to medication adherence (Simons, McCormick, Devine, & Blount, 2010).
Medication adherence behavior and priorities among older adults with CKD: A semistructured interview study.
Both patients and clinicians responded to the same three-point Likert-type scale, rating medication adherence behavior as good (patient took at least 80 percent of study medications), fair (patient took 50 percent to 79 percent), or poor (patient took less than 50 percent).
Studies of treatment nonadherence that focus on how patients experience their illness, treatment regimen, and adherence behavior are limited.
Table 4: Self-Reported Behavioral Response to Drug Cost Sharing * Decreased Adherence Behavior Characteristic OR 95% CI Drug cost sharing: Generic drug copayment 1.
Interestingly, during the one-year follow-up period, the adherence behavior (as measured by the medication possession ratio) of the patients treated with depot formulations improved.
Patient beliefs about the illness and medication are often critical in determining adherence behavior, Dr.
There were no significant differences in adherence behavior by age, race, or clinic site.
The model for investigation proposed sequential, linear relationships and postulated that knowledge influences health beliefs, which influence attitude toward the illness of asthma, which influences behavioral intention to adhere, which directly influences actual adherence behavior.
While all four behavioral techniques are important contributors to a successful exercise program, contracting and stimulus control are thought to be the promoters of exercise adherence behavior, while goal setting and self-monitoring help maintain exercise adherence behavior.