Factors related to self-efficacy in persons with scleroderma (SSc). Self-efficacy is one precursor that has been shown to initiate changes in behaviour when managing chronic disease. The objective of this study was to explore the levels of self-efficacy in persons with SSc, compare self-efficacy in persons with limited or diffuse SSc and determine correlations between self-efficacy, physical function and psychological variables. Buck U. (PubMed) Musculoskeletal Care. 2010 Dec. (Also see: Coping Strategies)
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Factors related to self-efficacy in persons with scleroderma (SSc).
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