Nonadherence to medicines is a global problem compromising health and economic outcomes for individuals and society. Adherence support targeted at the level of individuals will be more effective if it is tailored to address the specific perceptions (e.g. beliefs about illness and treatment) and practicalities (e.g. capability and resources) influencing individuals’ motivation and ability to adhere.
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