The Hospital Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale: A Partial Replication and Extension

Gary Holden, Lawrence Cuzzi, William Spitzer, Steve Rutter, Peter Chernack, Gary Rosenberg

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    Abstract

    The Hospital Social Work Self-EfficacyScale (HSWSE) was developed to assess social workers' confidence about their ability to perform hospital social work. The scale was originally tested with master's-level social work students. This partial replication and extension included both students and professional social workers. In addition, we used a new scale to assess construct validity and added another hospital to assess external validity. In general, findings continue to support the use of the HSWSE. In addition, anecdotal evidence suggests that this is art outcome measure that practitioners see as easy to use, specific, and highly relevant.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages (from-to)256-262
    Number of pages7
    JournalHealth and Social Work
    Volume22
    Issue number4
    StatePublished - Nov 1 1997

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    Self Efficacy
    Social Work
    self-efficacy
    social work
    social worker
    Students
    Aptitude
    Art
    construct validity
    student
    confidence
    Outcome Assessment (Health Care)
    art
    ability
    evidence
    Social Workers

    Keywords

    • Evaluation
    • Hospitals
    • Self-efficacy
    • Social workers
    • Students

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Health(social science)

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    Holden, G., Cuzzi, L., Spitzer, W., Rutter, S., Chernack, P., & Rosenberg, G. (1997). The Hospital Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale: A Partial Replication and Extension. Health and Social Work, 22(4), 256-262.

    The Hospital Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale : A Partial Replication and Extension. / Holden, Gary; Cuzzi, Lawrence; Spitzer, William; Rutter, Steve; Chernack, Peter; Rosenberg, Gary.

    In: Health and Social Work, Vol. 22, No. 4, 01.11.1997, p. 256-262.

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    Holden, G, Cuzzi, L, Spitzer, W, Rutter, S, Chernack, P & Rosenberg, G 1997, 'The Hospital Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale: A Partial Replication and Extension', Health and Social Work, vol. 22, no. 4, pp. 256-262.
    Holden G, Cuzzi L, Spitzer W, Rutter S, Chernack P, Rosenberg G. The Hospital Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale: A Partial Replication and Extension. Health and Social Work. 1997 Nov 1;22(4):256-262.
    Holden, Gary ; Cuzzi, Lawrence ; Spitzer, William ; Rutter, Steve ; Chernack, Peter ; Rosenberg, Gary. / The Hospital Social Work Self-Efficacy Scale : A Partial Replication and Extension. In: Health and Social Work. 1997 ; Vol. 22, No. 4. pp. 256-262.
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