Retracted: Medication adherence and health belief model among hypertensive patients attending rural health centres of a tertiary care hospital in South India
Keywords:Hypertensive medication, Health Belief model, Adherence
The article "Medication adherence and health belief model among hypertensive patients attending rural health centres of a tertiary care hospital in South India" is retracted by the Editor and Publisher, as per the request of corresponding author Dr. Shameena A.U. and co-authors, due to an unintended mistake. The Moriskys Medication Adherence Scale (MMAS-8) was used without proper permission.
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