More and more has been published on self-efficacy. This factor will impact rehabilitation outcomes. It's important enough that clinicians may need to figure out ways to know a patient's level of self-efficacy. Once you know a person's level of self-efficacy, how can you interact to change that patient's beliefs?
As I researched this, I came upon Bandura who defined self-efficacy. You may find this blog post helpful in how you can interact with patients who have low self-efficacy.
When you use FOTO, there are optional surveys that can be used to individualize the information you learn about your patients. The Self-Efficacy Scale is included as an optional survey within FOTO.
Below you will find a quick view of the abstract.