Publication Date

2012

Abstract

Background: Patients’ knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs toward acute coronary syndrome are important predictors of delay in seeking medical attention. Currently, there is no instrument in China to measure these factors. Without such an instrument, there is limited understanding of the knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of Chinese patients. The Acute Coronary Syndrome Response Index is a validated instrument to measure patients’ knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs about the symptoms and responses to acute coronary syndrome.

School/Institute

Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research

Document Type

Journal Article

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