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|Title:||Self-Efficacy to Make Health Behaviour Changes: A Survey of Older Adults Living in Ontario Social Housing|
|Keywords:||Primary Care;Social Housing;Vulnerable Populations;Health Behaviour|
|Abstract:||A cross-sectional survey with adults ages 55+ (n=599) from 16 social housing buildings across five Ontario communities used the Health Awareness and Behaviour Tool (HABiT) to measure participants' self efficacy (or confidence) for health behaviour change.|
|Appears in Collections:||Family Medicine Publications|
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