Foetal Health Locus of Control and iron supplementationadherence among pregnant women in Bali
Objective: This study aims to explore whether adherence to taking iron supplementation is associated with health beliefs as measured by the Foetal Health Locus of Control (FHLC). Background: Anaemia in pregnancy is major health problem in Indonesia. Non-adherence to iron supplement intake has been one factor that hindered the effectiveness of an iron supplementation in reducing anaemia during pregnancy. Insufficient attention has been given to why such a phenomenon occurs. Methods: A...[Show more]
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