Attitudes toward health care providers and appointment attendance in HIV/AIDS patients.

@article{Bodenlos2007AttitudesTH,
  title={Attitudes toward health care providers and appointment attendance in HIV/AIDS patients.},
  author={Jamie S. Bodenlos and Karen B. Grothe and Dori Whitehead and Deborah J. Konkle-Parker and Glenn N. Jones and Phillip Jerome Brantley},
  journal={The Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care : JANAC},
  year={2007},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={65-73}
}
Patients with HIV/AIDS are likely to have numerous interactions with health care providers (HCPs) during the course of their disease. Research has shown that satisfaction with one's HCP is related to better medication adherence in patients with HIV/AIDS. Although a patient's attitude toward his or her HCP is important, little has been done to assess how it relates to appointment attendance. The current study assessed how attitudes toward HCPs as well as social support and depression relate to… CONTINUE READING

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