Self-Efficacy and Healthy Behaviors Not Income Predict Prescription Medication Adherence in Black Men
Crystal Wilson, MS, MBA, PHCNS-BC - Shady Grove Campus, University Maryland School of Nursing, Rockville, MD, USA [Listed as Crystal DeVance-Wilson on poster.]
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