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Measuring Barriers To Incontinence Care Seeking
M. Heit, L. Blackwell, S. Kelly
Published 2008 · Psychology, Medicine
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The objective of this study was to establish the factor validity of a modified Melnyck's Barrier Scale and estimate its reliability in an ethnically heterogeneous incontinent female population.
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