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Table 4 Items for self-efficacy scale

From: Applying trans-theoretical model for blood donation among Spanish adults: a cross-sectional study

Self-efficacy
1) When I am very anxious and stressed.
2) When I am feeling a physical discomfort.
3) When I witness a bad blood donation experience (e.g. Someone fainting).
4) When I realize I have not donated for a long while.
5) During or after experiencing personal problems (e.g. family, financial).
6) When I have other time commitments.
7) When I remember having a negative reaction to donating that caused me light-headedness and nausea.
8) After recovering from an illness or an injury