- Degree to which twelve items influenced participants' seeking of medical care for a breast symptom.
The high cost of transportation and/or parking.
Insurance (or medical coverage) does not cover a vistit for a health problem.
The high cost of a health visit.
The long wait between making an appointment and the actual appointment.
Difficulty in finding time in my work day for an appointment.
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- Sechrist, K.R., S.N. Walker, and N.J. Pender (1987), "Development and psychometric evaluation of the exercise benefits/barriers scale", Research in Nursing and health, 10, 357-365. [Endnote]