Assessment of AIDS patient’s attitudes towards their clinicians

Journal of Biometrics & Biostatistics

ISSN: 2155-6180

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Assessment of AIDS patient’s attitudes towards their clinicians

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Rajesh K Saroj

Accepted Abstracts: J Biom Biostat

Abstract :

Objective: The aim of the study was to have better understanding of AIDS patient?s attitudes towards their clinician?s personality, behavior, capability, and prescribed treatment. Study Design: Cross Sectional Study Method: They explore whether there is a relatively simple underlying structure that produces the observed associations among the 14 questionnaire items. They collected the data using questionnaire where consent was obtained to collect the data. It consisted of two sections socioeconomic demographic items and statements on attitudes towards HIV/AIDS patients (14 items). Result: The result showed that 75 patients consented to interview with 100% response rate; 69.3% were male and 30.7% female. The married respondents were 36% and 64% unmarried. Most patients expressed least positive attitudes towards their clinicians, there after negative attitude. Less number of patients expressed most positive attitudes towards their clinicians. Conclusion: Fact is, clinicians perceive patient decision which aids in high quality products that are useful to patients but they have not been widely adopted by clinicians.

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