Promoting Adherence to Medical Treatment in Chronic Childhood Illness: Concepts, Methods, and Interventions

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Subject Index
24-hour recall interviews. SeeInterviews, 24-hour recall
A
Accountability, 421
Action
self-management,117-119,124
stage of change,13,298
Action plans, 273,274
Acute illness compliance, compared with chronic illness,98-99,125,135
Ad Hoc Task Force on Definition of the Medical Home, 231
Adherence. See alsoCompliance; Noncompliance/nonadherence; Specific disease
assessments, 475-476
burdens, 464-465
compliance compared to,72-73,88,
180-181
construct of regimen, 181
definitions of,6-8,38,39,45-46,72-73, 180-181
influences on,197-200,459-463
medication vs.regimen,384
predictors of,60,162-163,433,445
types of, 67
Adherence/Compliancemodel,74-77,88
Adolescents, 143,179,348-349,351-352. See alsoAge; Parent-child relationships and family conflict,247,385
Advertising
affect on physicians/patients,40,42, 47-49
historical view,44-45,52
Journal of the AmericanMedicalAssociation, 44, 45
Advocacy, 201,226,230-232
Aerosol treatment, 384
Aesculapius,99
African-Americans, in clinical trials,310, 311. See alsoRace
Age. See also Developmentalchanges
adherence behaviors,387,457
diabetes management,377-378,380
prescription filling, 137
regimen changes,401,402
responsibilities, 104,163,178-179,187, 275, 348
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR), 317
Airwatch, 160, 398

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