Are oral health-related self-efficacy, knowledge and fatalism indicators for non-toothbrush ownership in a homeless population?

@article{Jones2016AreOH,
  title={Are oral health-related self-efficacy, knowledge and fatalism indicators for non-toothbrush ownership in a homeless population?},
  author={Kate Jones and David S Brennan and Eleanor Jane Parker and Margaret A Steffens and Lisa M Jamieson},
  journal={Community dental health},
  year={2016},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={48-53}
}
AIM To determine if the social cognitive theory (SCT)-constructs of oral health-related efficacy, knowledge and fatalism were indicators of non-toothbrush ownership in a metropolitan-based homeless population in Australia. METHODS Self-report data were collected from a convenience sample of 248 homeless participants located in Adelaide, Australia. Log binomial regression was used to estimate the strength of the association of the SCT constructs efficacy, knowledge and fatalism with the… CONTINUE READING
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