Development of models to predict medication non-adherence based on a new typology

  title={Development of models to predict medication non-adherence based on a new typology},
  author={E. Unni},
  • E. Unni
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine
  • Medication non-adherence, the extent to which a person’s behavior does not coincide with medical or health advice, is a serious public health issue. Objectives: 1) Develop a new typology of medication non-adherence, 2) Develop models to predict different types of non-adherence based on Andersen Behavioral Model (ABM) and Leventhal’s Common Sense Model (CSM), and 3) Test the models across two different medications used in treating disease conditions with varying 
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