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|Title:||The Hospital Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale|
|Keywords:||self-efficacy;social cognitive theory;health social work;hospital social work;rotation;field education;fieldwork;field placement;outcomes assessment;outcome;measure;scale|
|Abstract:||The Hospital Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale (HSWSE, based on Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory) was designed as an outcome measure of social workers' confidence regarding their ability to perform specific hospital social work tasks. Evidence supporting the reliability and validity of the data obtained with the HSWSE was found in a series of studies. References include: Holden, G., Cuzzi, L. C., Rutter, S., Rosenberg, G., & Chernack, P. (1996). The Hospital Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale: Initial development. Research on Social Work Practice, 6, 353-365. Holden, G., Cuzzi, L. C., Rutter, S., Chernack, P., & Rosenberg, G. (1997). The Hospital Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale: A replication. Research on Social Work Practice, 7, 490-499. Holden, G., Cuzzi, L. C., Rutter, S., Chernack, P., Spitzer, W. & Rosenberg, G. (1997). The Hospital Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale: A partial replication and extension. Health & Social Work, 22, 256-263. Cuzzi, L. C., Holden, G., Chernack, P., Rutter, S., & Rosenberg, G. (1997). Evaluating social work field instruction: Rotations versus year-long placements. Research on Social Work Practice, 7, 402-414. Cuzzi, L. C., Holden, G., Rutter, S. Rosenberg, G., & Chernack, P. (1996). A pilot study of fieldwork rotations vs. year long placements for social work students in a public hospital. Social Work in Health Care, 24, 73-91.|
|Appears in Collections:||Gary Holden's Collection|
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