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1989 2
1990 39
1991 73
1992 64
1993 58
1994 36
1995 55
1996 37
1997 58
1998 58
1999 101
2000 105
2001 129
2002 126
2003 117
2004 114
2005 154
2006 201
2007 226
2008 298
2009 371
2010 416
2011 438
2012 443
2013 525
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2018 470
2019 195
2020 0
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Relationship Between Internet Health Information and Patient Compliance Based on Trust: Empirical Study.
Lu X, et al. J Med Internet Res 2018. PMID 30120087 Free PMC article.
In addition, internet health information quality has a stronger influence on patient compliance than the source of information. However, CBT does not have any direct effect on patient compliance, but it directly affects ABT and then indirectly impacts patient compliance. ...
In addition, internet health information quality has a stronger influence on patient compliance than the source of information …
The psychology of patient compliance: a focused review of the literature.
Umaki TM, et al. J Periodontol 2012 - Review. PMID 21819248
BACKGROUND: Excellent patient compliance to periodontal maintenance is absolutely necessary for successful long-term therapy. ...The search used MeSH terminology such as periodontal maintenance, emotional intelligence, personality, patient compliance, etc. ...
BACKGROUND: Excellent patient compliance to periodontal maintenance is absolutely necessary for successful long-term therapy. …
Issues in patient compliance.
Murphy J and Coster G. Drugs 1997 - Review. PMID 9421690
Patient compliance refers to the willingness and ability of an individual to follow health-related advice, to take medication as prescribed, to attend scheduled clinic appointments and to complete recommended investigations. ...Evidence-based practice guidelines, founded on clinical, behavioural and educational concepts, provide a means of measuring outcomes related to health status, patient satisfaction and cost-benefit issues, and may help to ensure that responsibility for compliance is shared between the clinician and the patient....
Patient compliance refers to the willingness and ability of an individual to follow health-related advice, to take medication
Management of anemia in patients who decline blood transfusion
Shander A and Goodnough LT. Am J Hematol 2018. PMID 30033541 Free article.
Additionally, the valuable experience gained from caring for these patients has paved the way to develop the concept of Patient Blood Management as a standard care to benefit all patients, and not only those for whom blood is not an option....
Additionally, the valuable experience gained from caring for these patients has paved the way to develop the concept of Patient Blood …
Optimizing long-term patient compliance.
Cramer JA. Neurology 1995 - Review. PMID 7885587
The key elements for enhancing patient compliance when prescribing are selecting the fewest number of daily doses (taking patient's other medications into consideration), scheduling when doses are to be taken, and helping the patient select an appropriate reminder or "cue." ...Unfortunately, no single specific strategy will enhance compliance in all patients. Physicians have the greatest influence on medication compliance when they provide specific suggestions that fit into the patient's lifestyle....
The key elements for enhancing patient compliance when prescribing are selecting the fewest number of daily doses (taking p
Objective assessment of compliance with intra- and extraoral removable appliances.
Arreghini A, et al. Angle Orthod 2017. PMID 27508935
OBJECTIVE: To conduct an objective assessment of the level of compliance in young patients prescribed various types of removable appliances and to determine the influence of device type, treatment duration, and patient age, gender, psychological maturity, and awareness of monitoring on compliance. ...The psychological maturity of all patients was assessed on the Nowicki-Strickland Locus of Control Scale, and the effect on compliance of this score as well as the patient- and treatment-related variables considered were determined via statistical analysis Results: The mean compliance recorded by the chips was 8.6 ± 2.9 hours, far lower than the 13 hours prescribed, and younger patients showed significantly greater compliance than adolescents (P < .01). ...
OBJECTIVE: To conduct an objective assessment of the level of compliance in young patients prescribed various types of removable appl …
Should we pay the patient? Review of financial incentives to enhance patient compliance.
Giuffrida A and Torgerson DJ. BMJ 1997 - Review. PMID 9314754 Free PMC article.
DATA EXTRACTION: Data on study populations, interventions, and outcomes were extracted and analysed using odds ratios and the number of patients needed to be treated to improve compliance by one patient. RESULTS: 10 of the 11 studies showed improvements in patient compliance with the use of financial incentives. CONCLUSIONS: Financial incentives can improve patient compliance....
DATA EXTRACTION: Data on study populations, interventions, and outcomes were extracted and analysed using odds ratios and the number of pati …
A systematic review of barriers to medication adherence in the elderly: looking beyond cost and regimen complexity
Gellad WF, et al. Am J Geriatr Pharmacother 2011 - Review. PMID 21459305 Free PMC article.
The search included articles that (1) reviewed specific barriers to medication adherence and did not solely describe nonmodifiable predictors of adherence (eg, demographics, marital status), (2) were not interventions designed to address adherence, (3) defined adherence or compliance and specified its method of measurement, and (4) involved US participants only. ...Some potential barriers (ie, factors associated with nonadherence) were identified from the studies, including patient-related factors such as disease-related knowledge, health literacy, and cognitive function; drug-related factors such as adverse effects and polypharmacy; and other factors including the patient-provider relationship and various logistical barriers to obtaining medications. ...
The search included articles that (1) reviewed specific barriers to medication adherence and did not solely describe nonmodifiable predictor …
Challenging Patients
Alpert JS. Am J Med 2017. PMID 28652138
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