Relationship between Religiosity and Self-Efficacy among Patients with Cardiovascular Disorders: Field Study at the Center CHU Hospital Saadna Abdel Nour, Setif Algeria

Korrichi Fayçal, Jabali Nouredinne


The study aims to put under scrutiny the existing links between the behavior of religiosity and self-efficacy. Gender and education level were used as additional independent variables to test if they have effect on religiosity and self-efficacy. The study relied on data from 62 persons (39 males and 23 females). SPSS 18 was used to analyze data (means and standard deviations, correlation, t-test and ANOVA). The results of the study revealed a significant correlation between religiosity and self-efficacy. However, there was no effect of either gender or educational level on the two dependent measures. The researchers recommend that there should be an increase the awareness of society as a whole about the importance of religious practices in addition to giving particular attention to ill people through special programs and well-planned and operated activities and trainings.



Religiosity, Self-efficacy, patients with cardio-vascular disorders.

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