The Effects of Health Beliefs, Acculturation, and a Culturally Appropriate Teaching Intervention on Parents' Knowledge of and Compliance with Tuberculosis Treatment in a Mexican-American Population: A Preliminary Analysis
Renee P. McLeod, PhD, APRN, CPNP, FAANP
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Cultural Beliefs About Illness
Tuberculosis--Drug Therapy--In Infancy and Childhood;
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