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Evaluation of the factors interfering with drug treatment compliance among Brazilian patients with schizophrenia
Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria
BACKGROUND: Treatment noncompliance among schizophrenic patients is as high as 50%. In order to rate compliance and assess the most significant differences between compliant and noncompliant patients, a Brazilian population of schizophrenic outpatients was followed for one year. METHODS: Fifty outpatients were selected. Clinical interview, the Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale - Anchored version (BPRS-A) and an expanded version of the Rating of Medical Influences (ROMI) scale (used to rate patientdoi:10.1590/s1516-44462005000300005 pmid:16224604 fatcat:r4bbdxtvw5e7vm2v6n6kpqgxmm