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What it measures:

Measures the confidence level of adults over the age of 65 in reducing or preventing urinary incontinence (UI). Participants select a 0-10 score for each of the 12 items, with available scores ranging from 0-120.  A higher score is indicative of a higher level of self-efficacy related to UI. Test was originally created with a 15 items, but later modified to 12 questions. (Tannenbaum, 2009)

Target Population:

People with urinary incontinence aged 65 or over

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