Caregiver self-efficacy-a caregiver's belief in his/her ability to contribute to patient self-care-is associated with better patient and caregiver outcomes in single chronic conditions. It is, however, unknown if caregiver self-efficacy improves patient and caregiver outcomes in multiple chronic conditions (MCCs) because there is no instrument to measure this variable. We developed the 10-item Caregiver Self-Efficacy in Contributing to patient Self-Care (CSE-CSC) scale for that purpose, and we tested its psychometric characteristics in caregivers of patients with MCCs.

De Maria, M., Iovino, P., Lorini, S., Ausili, D., Matarese, M., Vellone, E. (2021). Development and psychometric testing of the caregiver self-efficacy in contributing to patient self-care scale. VALUE IN HEALTH, 24(10), 1407-1415 [10.1016/j.jval.2021.05.003].

Development and psychometric testing of the caregiver self-efficacy in contributing to patient self-care scale

De Maria M.;Matarese M.;Vellone E.
2021-01-01

Abstract

Caregiver self-efficacy-a caregiver's belief in his/her ability to contribute to patient self-care-is associated with better patient and caregiver outcomes in single chronic conditions. It is, however, unknown if caregiver self-efficacy improves patient and caregiver outcomes in multiple chronic conditions (MCCs) because there is no instrument to measure this variable. We developed the 10-item Caregiver Self-Efficacy in Contributing to patient Self-Care (CSE-CSC) scale for that purpose, and we tested its psychometric characteristics in caregivers of patients with MCCs.
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Rilevanza internazionale
Articolo
Esperti anonimi
Settore MED/45
English
Caregiver
psychometric
questionnaire
reliability
self care
self efficacy
survey
validity
De Maria, M., Iovino, P., Lorini, S., Ausili, D., Matarese, M., Vellone, E. (2021). Development and psychometric testing of the caregiver self-efficacy in contributing to patient self-care scale. VALUE IN HEALTH, 24(10), 1407-1415 [10.1016/j.jval.2021.05.003].
De Maria, M; Iovino, P; Lorini, S; Ausili, D; Matarese, M; Vellone, E
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