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This correlation descriptive research aimed at studying factors related to hypertensive patients’ practice in a community at Samrong district, Ubon Ratchathani province. A sample group covered 138 patients. Questionnaires were used in this research, including; patients’ general information, knowledge on hypertension (KR-20 = 0.72), attitude and practice of hypertensive patients (Cronbrach’s alpha coefficient was 0.81.) The data was analyzed by descriptive statistics. Chi-square and Pearson correlation coefficient were used to analyze relationship. The research found that attitude was an important factor that related to hypertensive patients’ practice. It was statistically significant at p < 0.05. Healthcare providers could use the result of this research to create a program or to plan a guideline for hypertensive patients’ in community by emphasizing on encouraging correct and proper attitude to patient. This will appropriately enhance hypertensive patients’ practice in community.
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