Evaluation of the effectiveness of the Urinary Incontinence Scales© to measure change after student participation in a disability-incontinence experiential learning activity was the focus of this pilot study. A comparison between pretest and posttest scores showed a significant increase in Belief and Practice subscale scores after participation in the experience. However, positive correlations between the variables measured could not be established.
Original Publication Citation
Karlowicz, K. A. (2009). Evaluation of the Urinary Incontinence Scales© to measure change after experiential learning: A pilot study. Urologic Nursing, 29(1), 40-46.
Karlowicz, Karen A., "Evaluation of the Urinary Incontinence Scales© to Measure Change After Experiential Learning: A Pilot Study" (2009). Nursing Faculty Publications. 38.