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Healthcare Empowerment and Decisional Self-efficacy among African-American Men

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Objective

We examined which demographic and psychosocial factors were associated with healthcare empowerment (HCE) and decisional self-efficacy (DSE) among African-American (AA) men.

Methods

African-American men (N = 76), who never received a prostate cancer screening or it was over one year since their last screening, completed in-person questionnaires about HCE, DSE, and prostate cancer screening.

Results

Multiple regression models predicted that the frequency of social and emotional support was a statistically significant predictor of HCE. There were no significant results for DSE.

Conclusions

Social and emotional support may be influential on the AA male’s sense of HCE. The results provide a foundation for the development of interventions for AA men to increase utilization of the healthcare system.
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Keywords: African-American health; African-American men; decisional self-efficacy; healthcare empowerment

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2018

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