Resultados: 5

Cultural adaptation and reliability of the General Comfort Questionnaire for chronic renal patients in Brazil

ABSTRACT Objective: to make the cultural adaptation and evaluate the reliability of the Brazilian version of the General Comfort Questionnaire for chronic hemodialytic renal patients. Method: methodological study with the following steps: translation; consensus among judges; back-translation; validatio...

Scale of attitudes toward alcohol - Spanish version: evidences of validity and reliability

ABSTRACT Objective: validate the Scale of attitudes toward alcohol, alcoholism and individuals with alcohol use disorders in its Spanish version. Method: methodological study, involving 300 Colombian nurses. Adopting the classical theory, confirmatory factor analysis was applied without prior examinati...

Tradução e adaptação do “Perception of Severity of Chronic Illness” à cultura brasileira em adolescentes

Rev. gaúch. enferm; 38 (1), 2017
RESUMO Objetivo Traduzir, adaptar e avaliar a aplicabilidade do instrumento “Perception of Severity of Chronic Illness” para a cultura brasileira em adolescentes diabéticos. Métodos Estudo metodológico que seguiu etapas de tradução, síntese das traduções, retrotradução, avaliaç...

Validation of the Comply with Post-Exposure Management Among Health Care Workers Instrument for Brazil

Rev. Esc. Enferm. USP; 50 (6), 2016
Abstract OBJECTIVE To validate the Comply with post-exposure management among healthcare workersinstrument for Nursing in Brazil. METHOD A methodological study carried out with 137 nursing professionals exposed to biological material. The existence of floor and ceiling effects was analyzed, evaluating ...

Satisfaction with medication in coronary disease treatment: psychometrics of the Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire for Medication

Abstract Objective: to psychometrically test the Brazilian version of the Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire for Medication - TSQM (version 1.4), regarding ceiling and floor effect, practicability, acceptability, reliability and validity. Methods: participants with coronary heart disease (n=190) we...