Increasing compliance to treatment and rehabilitation programs in patients in hospitals, outpatient and policlinic departments, and factors having an effect on compliance

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The article discusses the problem of compliance, i.e. patients’ adherence to treatment and rehabilitation measures. The authors present data on possible methods for assessment of the patient’s compliance to the treatment, factors having an effect on the formation of compliance, and special techniques to be used by doctors to improve patients’ compliance to treatment.

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Повышение приверженности пациентов стационаров и амбулаторно-поликлинических подразделений к лечебно-реабилитационным программам и факторы, оказывающие влияние на комплаентность
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