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Title: Caretaker Expectations Regarding the Management of Pediatric Asthma Scale (CE)
Authors: Holden Gary
Wade Shari
Mitchell Herman
Ewart Craig
Islam Shaheen
The National Cooperative Inner-City Asthma Study Group
Keywords: self-efficacy;outcome expectations;response difficulty;social cognitive theory;pediatric asthma;asthma management
Issue Date: 1998
Citation: Holden, G., Wade, S., Mitchell, H., Ewart, C., Islam, S. (1998). Caretaker expectations and the management of pediatric asthma in the inner-city: A scale development study. Social Work Research, 22, 51-59.
Abstract: Asthma, a very serious health condition in the United States, results in morbidity and mortality that disproportionately affect children living in inner-city areas. The National Cooperative Inner-City Asthma Study (NCICAS) examined a variety of factors related to pediatric asthma. The CE scale was developed in the NCICAS study and is designed to assess three psychological factors in caretakers of children with asthma (self-efficacy, outcome expectations, and response difficulty). The scale is provided here and background is available in: Holden, G., Wade, S., Mitchell, H., Ewart, C., Islam, S. (1998). Caretaker expectations and the management of pediatric asthma in the inner-city: A scale development study. Social Work Research, 22, 51-59. or from the lead author: gary.holden@nyu.edu
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2451/23612
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