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The role of mediators in the indirect effects of religiosity on therapeutic compliance in African migrant HIV-positive patients

Abstract : This research investigates the indirect effects of religiosity (practice and belief) on therapeutic compliance in 81 HIV-positive patients who are migrants from sub-Saharan Africa (23 men and 58 women). Using analyses of mediation and standard multiple regression, including a resampling procedure by bootstrapping, the role of these mediators (magical-religious beliefs and nonuse of toxic substances) was tested. The results show that, through magical-religious beliefs, religiosity has a negative indirect effect, while with the nonuse of toxic substances, religious practice has a positive indirect effect. Beyond religiosity, the role of mediators is highlighted in the interaction with therapeutic compliance.
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Nicolas Roussiau, Constance Mambet Doue. The role of mediators in the indirect effects of religiosity on therapeutic compliance in African migrant HIV-positive patients. Journal of Religion and Health, Springer Verlag, 2016, 55 (6), pp.1850-1863. ⟨10.1007/s10943-015-0155-x⟩. ⟨hal-03322476⟩

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