Self-Care Self-Efficacy, Religious Participation and Depression as Predictors of Poststroke Self-Care Among Underserved Ethnic Minorities.

@article{Robertson2013SelfCareSR,
  title={Self-Care Self-Efficacy, Religious Participation and Depression as Predictors of Poststroke Self-Care Among Underserved Ethnic Minorities.},
  author={S Marciann Robertson and Cashuna Huddleston and Ben Porter and Amber B. Amspoker and Gina L. Evans-Hudnall},
  journal={Health psychology research},
  year={2013},
  volume={1 1},
  pages={e13}
}
Underserved ethnic minorities have multiple chronic disease risk factors, including tobacco, alcohol and substance use, which contribute to increased incidence of stroke. Self-efficacy (self-care self-efficacy), religious participation and depression may directly and indirectly influence engagement in post stroke self-care behaviors. The primary aim of the present study was to investigate the effects of self-care self-efficacy, religious participation and depression, on tobacco, alcohol and… CONTINUE READING