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Self-efficacy : A tool for people with type 1 diabetes managed by continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion

@inproceedings{Morrison2013SelfefficacyA,
  title={Self-efficacy : A tool for people with type 1 diabetes managed by continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion},
  author={G. Morrison and Philip Weston},
  year={2013}
}
  • G. Morrison, Philip Weston
  • Published 2013
  • Article points 1. Self-efficacy is a person’s belief in his or her capabilities, which influences outcomes; the intensity of an individual’s self-efficacy will play a major role in how any goals, tasks and challenges are approached. 2. A tool was developed to measure self-efficacy in individuals with diabetes managed by continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion; scores can be analysed and used to tailor management. 3. The test cohort reported that the self-efficacy scale was quick and easy to… CONTINUE READING

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