Adaptação transcultural de instrumentos de medida do cuidado centrado na família

Silva, Tammy O'Hara Neves, Alves, Lucas Bassolli de Oliveira, Balieiro, Maria Magda Ferreira Gomes, Mandetta, Myriam Aparecida, Tanner, Ann, and Shields, Linda (2015) Adaptação transcultural de instrumentos de medida do cuidado centrado na família. Acta Paulista de Enfermagem, 28 (2). pp. 107-112.

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Abstract

Objetivo:Realizar a adaptação transcultural para a língua portuguesa brasileira de dois instrumentos de medida do cuidado centrado na família, um para pais e outro para profissionais da equipe de saúde.

Métodos: Estudo metodológico de adaptação transcultural seguindo as etapas de tradução, retrotradução, análise de especialistas, pré-teste, teste-reteste e análise psicométrica após aplicação do instrumento com 100 pais de crianças hospitalizadas e 100 profissionais de unidades pediátricas de um hospital universitário.

Resultados: A avaliação por especialistas de ambos os instrumentos apresentaram Kappa de 0,85 e 0,93 respectivamente. No pré-teste, os participantes não sugeriram alterações. No teste-reteste houve bons índices de estabilidade em ambos. A análise fatorial explicou 43,9% da variância total no instrumento pais e 43,4% no instrumento equipe. O coeficiente Alpha de Cronbach foi 0,723 no instrumento pais e 0,781 no instrumento equipe.

Conclusão: Os instrumentos adaptados para a cultura brasileira apresentaram confiabilidade, estabilidade e boa consistência interna com potencial para ser utilizado na pratica clinica pediátrica.

Item ID: 39029
Item Type: Article (Research - C1)
ISSN: 1982-0194
Keywords: family; pediatric nursing; nursing care; nursing research; validation studies
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An English version of this article is available at the URL provided.

Title (English): Cross-cultural adaptation of an instrument to measure the family-centered care.

Abstract(English): Objective: To assess the cross-cultural adaptation to Brazilian Portuguese of two instruments for the measurement of family-centered care, one for parents and one for healthcare professionals.

Methods: Methodological study of cross-cultural adaptation following the phases of translation, back-translation, analysis by experts, pre-test, test-retest and psychometric analysis after the application of the instrument to 100 parents of hospitalized children and 100 professionals from pediatric units of a teaching hospital.

Results: The evaluation of experts in both instruments showed a Kappa of 0.85 and 0.93 respectively. At pretest, participants suggested no changes. Test-retest reliability was good for both stability indexes. Factor analysis explained 43.9% of the total variance in the parents instrument and 43.4% in the staff instrument. Cronbach's alpha coefficient was 0.723 for the parents instrument and 0.781 for the staff instrument.

Conclusion: The instruments adapted to the Brazilian culture presented reliability, stability and good internal consistency, with potential to be used in the pediatric clinical practice.

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Date Deposited: 28 Jul 2015 03:04
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