Person-Centred Dermatology Self-care Index: a translation and validation study.

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Summary of "Person-Centred Dermatology Self-care Index: a translation and validation study."

Self-management is important to successfully managing chronic skin diseases. The Person-Centred Dermatology Self-care Index (PeDeSI) is a self-efficacy theory-based questionnaire tool to measure education and support needs of adults with long-term skin conditions. The aim of this research was to translate the PeDeSI into German (PeDeSI-G) and to explore the validity of this tool.


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Name: Journal of wound care
ISSN: 0969-0700
Pages: 566-575


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