Focus on increasing treatment self-efficacy to improve human immunodeficiency virus treatment adherence.

@article{Nokes2012FocusOI,
  title={Focus on increasing treatment self-efficacy to improve human immunodeficiency virus treatment adherence.},
  author={Kathleen M Nokes and Mallory O Johnson and Allison R Webel and Carol S Dawson Rose and J. Craig Phillips and Kathleen M Sullivan and Lynda A Tyer-Viola and Marta Rivero-M{\'e}ndez and Patrice Kenneally Nicholas and Jeanne K. Kemppainen and Elizabeth F Sefcik and Wei-ti Chen and John M. Brion and Lucille Sanzero Eller and Kenn M. Kirksey and Dean Wantland and Carmen J. Portillo and Inge B. Corless and Joachim G Voss and Scholastika N Iipinge and Mark E. Spellmann and William L. Holzemer},
  journal={Journal of nursing scholarship : an official publication of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing},
  year={2012},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={403-10}
}
PURPOSE Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) treatment self-efficacy is the confidence held by an individual in her or his ability to follow treatment recommendations, including specific HIV care such as initiating and adhering to antiretroviral therapy (ART). The purpose of this study was to explore the potential mediating role of treatment adherence self-efficacy in the relationships between Social Cognitive Theory constructs and self- reported ART adherence. DESIGN Cross-sectional and… CONTINUE READING
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