Thesis Title: Personal Resilience and Medication Adherence in People with Hypertension

Student Name: Razia Jamil

Supervisor: Shazia Qayyum, PhD

Degree: MSc

Year: 2016-2018

Abstract

The present research investigated the relationship between personal resilience and medication adherence in people with hypertension .It was hypothesized that there would be positive correlation between personal resilience and medication adherence in people with hypertension .A correlational research design was used in this research. The Brief Resilience Scale (Smith, 2009) and MO- risky Medication Adherence Scale (Donald, 1986) were used and permission was taken from the authors of both scale. Purposive sample of (N = 200) was collected including 144 men and 56 women with age range of 18-60 years (M = 38.14, SD = 9.94) from different banks. The results of Pearson product moment correlation showed that there was significant positive correlation between personal resilience and medication adherence in people with hypertension, Pearson correlation analysis and hierarchical regression analysis were used for analysis. Results revealed that personal resilience had a significant positive correlation with medication adherence in people with hypertension. This research can developed understanding to improve the life through personal resilience and medication adherence in threatening condition such as hypertension.

Keywords: Resilience, medication adherence, bankers.

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