The development and psychometric validation of the self-efficacy and performance in self-management support (SEPSS) Instrument
Publication of Innovations in Care
J. Dwarswaard, A.L. Staa,van, S.M. Hooft,van, | Article | Publication date: 27 November 2015
Facilitating persons with a chronic condition to take an active role
in the management of their condition, implicates that nurses acquire new
competencies. An instrument that can validly and reliably measure nurses’
performance and their perceived capacity to perform self-management support is
needed to evaluate current practice and training in self-management support.