Enabling or Cultivating? The Role of Prostate Cancer Patients' Received Partner Support and Self-Efficacy in the Maintenance of Pelvic Floor Exercise Following Tumor Surgery.

@article{Hohl2016EnablingOC,
  title={Enabling or Cultivating? The Role of Prostate Cancer Patients' Received Partner Support and Self-Efficacy in the Maintenance of Pelvic Floor Exercise Following Tumor Surgery.},
  author={Diana Hilda Hohl and Nina Knoll and Amelie U Wiedemann and Jan Keller and Urte Scholz and Mark Schrader and Silke Burkert},
  journal={Annals of behavioral medicine : a publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={50 2},
  pages={
          247-58
        }
}
BACKGROUND To manage incontinence following tumor surgery, prostate cancer patients are advised to perform pelvic floor exercise (PFE). Patients' self-efficacy and support from partners were shown to facilitate PFE. Whereas support may enhance self-efficacy (enabling function), self-efficacy may also cultivate support (cultivation function). PURPOSE Cross-lagged inter-relationships among self-efficacy, support, and PFE were investigated. METHOD Post-surgery patient-reported received support… CONTINUE READING
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