Identifying and understanding the impact of competing goals on self-care compliance among patients with Chronic Heart Failure

    Failure to follow self-care recommendations for chronic heart failure (CHF) not only threatens patients’ lives and well-being, but is costly to the health care system. Most approaches to increasing patient compliance are based on the assumption that individuals will adhere w hen armed  with information about “what” (to do) and “why” (they should do it). We […]

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