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Id: 161678
Autor: Guevara Vallejos, Claudia A; León Jiménez, Franco E; Yesquén-Salazar, Lucía I.
Título: Investigar en inglés: una necesidad apremiante / No disponible
Fonte: Rev. Fund. Educ. Méd. (Ed. impr.);20(2):87-87, abr. 2017.
Idioma: es.
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Id: 161035
Autor: Mînjină, Bogdan.
Título: Translation and adaptation into the Romanian language of the Personality-Related Position Requirements Form (PPRF) / Traducción y adaptación al rumano del Formulario de Requisitos del Puesto Relativos a Personalidad
Fonte: Rev. psicol. trab. organ. (1999);33(1):13-21, abr. 2017. tab.
Idioma: en.
Resumo: The present research aimed at the translation and adaptation from English into the Romanian language of the Personality-Related Position Requirements Form (PPRF), developed by Raymark, Schmit, and Guion. Within it, the job of operational non-commissioned officer (NCO) employed in the mobile structures of the Romanian Gendarmerie was analyzed. Four subsamples of participants were used: two subsamples of subject-matter experts in relation to the analyzed job, 87 job incumbents, and 32 supervisors, one subsample with 133 analyzed job incumbents and one subsample composed of supervisors of the participants from the previously mentioned subsample. The vast majority of reliability coefficients calculated for evaluating the inter-rater agreement had very good values both for the inventory's dimensions and subdimensions. Regarding the concurrent criterion-related validity, acceptable results were found by using the partial- and full-weighting approaches for criterion-related validation of job analysis tools (AU)

Esta investigación aborda la traducción y adaptación del inglés al rumano del Formulario de Requisitos del Puesto Relativos a la Personalidad desarrollado por Raymark, Schmit y Guion. En este contexto se analiza el puesto de suboficial operativo en las estructuras de la gendarmería rumana. Se utilizaron cuatro submuestras de participantes: dos de expertos en el puesto analizados, 87 ocupantes del puesto y 32 supervisores, una submuestra con 133 ocupantes de los puestos analizados y otra con supervisors de los participantes de la submuestra previamente mencionada. La mayoría de los coeficientes de fiabilidad calculados para evaluar el acuerdo entre jueces tenia muy buenos valores tanto para las dimensiones como para las subdimensiones del inventario. En lo que respecta a la validez concurrente relacionada con el criterio se obtuvieron resultados aceptables utilizando los métodos de ponderación parcial y complete para la validación relacionada con el criterio de los intrumentos de análisis (AU)
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Id: 160919
Autor: Navarro, Fernando A.
Título: Viaje al corazón de las palabras / Heart disease
Fonte: Rev. esp. cardiol. (Ed. impr.);70(3):137-137, mar. 2017.
Idioma: es.
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Id: 160878
Autor: Fagoaga, Joaquín; Girabent-Farrés, Montserrat; Bagur-Calafat, Caritat.
Título: Traducción y validación de la escala Individualized Neuromuscular quality of life para la población española: evaluación de la calidad de vida para personas afectas de enfermedades neuromusculares / Translation and validation of the Individualised Neuromuscular Quality of Life scale for the Spanish population: quality of life assessment for persons with neuromuscular diseases
Fonte: Rev. neurol. (Ed. impr.);64(5):194-200, 1 mar., 2017. tab.
Idioma: es.
Resumo: Introducción. La escala Individualized Neuromuscular Quality of Life (INQoL) es un cuestionario que valora la calidad de vida relacionada con la salud de personas adultas con enfermedades neuromusculares. Objetivo. Validar y analizar la fiabilidad de la versión española de la INQoL, como instrumento de medición de la calidad de vida relacionada con la salud en individuos con enfermedades neuromusculares. Pacientes y métodos. Se realiza una traducción-retrotraducción de la INQoL en la población española y, posteriormente, para el análisis de fiabilidad se llevan a cabo dos mediciones, test-retest, a 50 pacientes de 19 a 67 años. De este modo se evalúa la concordancia intraobservador y se evalúa la consistencia interna de la escala. Resultados. El estudio de la fiabilidad del índice de concordancia intraobservador tiene un valor de excelente en siete de las diez subdimensiones y en la puntuación total de la calidad de vida; de buena, en dos; y de moderada, en una. El análisis del alfa de Cronbach para las subdimensiones de la INQoL tiene un valor de excelente (> 0,818) en siete de ellas, así como en la puntuación total de la calidad de vida relacionada con la salud (0,928), un valor de buena consistencia interna en tres de las subdimensiones y de moderada en una. Conclusiones. La versión española de la INQoL es un instrumento válido y fiable como herramienta de medición de la calidad de vida en individuos adultos con enfermedades neuromusculares (AU)

Introduction. The Individualized Neuromuscular Quality of Life (INQoL) is a questionnaire that evaluates the quality of life related to the health of adults with neuromuscular diseases. Aim. To validate and analyze the reliability of the Spanish version of the INQoL scale as an instrument for measuring quality of life related to health in individuals with neuromuscular diseases. Patients and methods. A translation-back translation of the INQoL in the Spanish population is performed and, subsequently, for the analysis of reliability, two measurements are carried out; test retest, with 50 patients aged between 19 and 67 years. In this way we assess the intraobserver concordance and assess the internal consistency of the scale. Results. The study of the reliability of the intraobserver concordance index has a value of excellent in seven of the ten subdimensions as well as in the total score of the quality of life. It has a value of good in two and of moderate in one subdimension. The analysis of Cronbach's alpha for the subdimensions of the INQoL has a value of excellent (> 0.818) in seven of them, as well as in the total score of the quality of life related to health (0.928), a value of good internal consistency in three of the subdimensions, and of moderate in one. Conclusions. The Spanish version of the INQoL is a valid and reliable instrument as a tool for measuring quality of life in adult patients with neuromuscular diseases (AU)
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Id: 160470
Autor: Muntéis Olivas, E; Navarro Mascarell, G; Meca Lallana, J; Maestre Martínez, A; Pérez Sempere, A; Gracia Gil, J; Pato Pato, A.
Título: Adaptación cultural y validación al español de España del MSTCQ© (Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Concerns Questionnaire) / Cultural adaptation and validation of a peninsular Spanish version of the MSTCQ© (Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Concerns Questionnaire)
Fonte: Neurología (Barc., Ed. impr.);32(1):29-39, ene.-feb. 2017. tab, ilus, graf.
Idioma: es.
Resumo: Introducción. A pesar de la efectividad de los tratamientos inyectables para la esclerosis múltiple (EM), las reacciones adversas y el dolor pueden implicar problemas de satisfacción y adherencia. Se presenta la validación de la versión española del Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Concerns Questionnaire (MSTCQ)©, que evalúa la satisfacción con el dispositivo de autoinyección (DA), 4 dimensiones: sistema de inyección (A), efectos secundarios (B) (síntomas pseudogripales, reacciones, satisfacción), experiencia con el tratamiento (C) y beneficios (D). Métodos. Dos fases de estudio: 1) Adaptación cultural con expertos (n=6) y pacientes (n=27). 2) Estudio observacional, transversal y multicéntrico de validación. Se evaluaron 143 pacientes adultos con EM que utilizaban el DA ExtavijectÖ30G. Cuestionarios: MSTCQ©; Patient-Reported Indices for Multiple Sclerosis (PRIMUS©), y Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire for Medication (TSQM©). Propiedades psicométricas: factibilidad (% casos válidos y distribución de puntuaciones); fiabilidad (α-Cronbach) y test-retest (n=41, coeficiente correlación intraclase [CCI]), y validez de constructo (análisis factorial A y B, [AF]) y convergente (Spearman-rho MSTCQ© versus TSQM©). Resultados. Edad media (DT) 41,94 (10,47) años, 63% mujeres, 88,11% con EM remitente-recurrente, media (DT) EDSS 2,68 (1,82) puntos. Alta cumplimentación del MSTCQ© (perdidos 0-2,80%). Alta consistencia interna: puntuación total (A+B) α=0,89, por dimensiones (A, B y C) α=0,76, 0,89 y 0,92, respectivamente. Excelente concordancia test-retest en las puntuación total (CCI=0,98), por dimensiones (A, B y C) CCI=0,82, 0,97 y 0,89, respectivamente. El AF corroboró la estructura interna del cuestionario original. Correlación moderada (Rho=0,42-0,74) y significativa (p<0,05 y p<0,01) entre las puntuación total y por dimensiones del MSTCQ© y el TSQM©. Conclusiones. Se constatan adecuadas propiedades psicométricas de la versión española del MSTCQ© (AU)

Introduction. Although subcutaneous treatments for multiple sclerosis (MS) have been shown to be effective, adverse reactions and pain may adversely affect treatment satisfaction and adherence. This study presents an adapted and validated Spanish version of the Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Concerns Questionnaire© (MSTCQ), which evaluates satisfaction with the injection device (ID) across 4 domains: injection system (A), side effects (B) (flu-like symptoms, reactions, and satisfaction), experience with treatment (C) and benefits (D). Methods. Two study phases: 1) Cultural adaptation process with input from experts (n=6) and patients (n=30). 2) Validation obtained by means of an observational, cross-sectional, multi-centre study evaluating 143 adult MS patients using an ID. Tools employed: MSTCQ©, Patient-Reported Indices for Multiple Sclerosis (PRIMUS©), and Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire for Medication (TSQM©). Psychometric properties: Feasibility (percentage of valid cases and floor/ceiling effects); Reliability (Cronbach α) and test-retest correlation (n=41, intraclass correlation coefficient, ICC); and construct validity (factor analysis of domains A and B) and convergent validity (Spearman rank-order correlation for MSTCQ© vs TSQM©). Results. Mean age (SD) was 41.94 (10.47) years, 63% of the group were women, and 88.11% presented relapsing-remitting MS. Mean (SD) EDSS score was 2.68 (1.82) points. MSTCQ© completion was high (0%-2.80% missing data). Internal consistency was high at α=0.89 for the total score (A+B) and α=0.76, 0.89, and 0.92 for domains A, B, and C, respectively. The version demonstrated excellent test-retest reliability for the total (ICC=0.98) and for domains A, B, and C: ICC=0.82, 0.97, and 0.89, respectively. Factor analysis corroborated the internal structure of the original questionnaire. The association between total and domain scores on both the MSTCQ© and the TSQM© was moderately strong (Rho=0.42-0.74) and significant (P<.05 and P<.01). Conclusion. The Spanish version of MSTCQ© demonstrates appropriate psychometric properties (AU)
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Id: 160184
Autor: Guillem, V; Camps, C; Carrato, A; Díaz-Rubio, E; Gascón, P.
Título: European edition of the NCCN clinical practice guidelines: relevance of the translation and adaptation into Spanish
Fonte: Clin. transl. oncol. (Print);19(3):288-290, mar. 2017.
Idioma: en.
Resumo: The NCCN-evidence-based oncology guidelines are consensus-based management documents, to ensure that all patients receive the most appropriate diagnosis, treatment and support services to achieve the best results. However, the use of these guidelines for decision-making by physicians in Spain is sometimes controversial, as treatments or diagnostic procedures are recommended which might not be authorised in our country, or other management options may exist. In March 2015, the ECO Foundation reached an agreement to translate and adapt the NCCN's clinical practice guidelines in oncology for the Spanish sector. Consequently, ECO is the first European organization to reach an agreement of this type with the NCCN. This agreement will allow all agents involved in managing the cancer patients to have available guidelines that are adapted to the specific needs of Spain (AU)

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Id: 159074
Autor: Ghayas, Saba; Shahida Batool, Syeda.
Título: Urdu translation and validation of short muslim practice and belief scale in Pakistan
Fonte: Span. j. psychol;19(1):e22.1-e22.7, 2016. ilus, tab.
Idioma: en.
Resumo: The present study was conducted to translate and validate the Short Muslim Practice and Belief Scale (SMPBS) (AlMarri, Oei, & Al-Adawi, 2009) to have a culturally equivalent and linguistically accurate Urdu version for use in Pakistan. Forward backward translation method was used for translation followed by tryout of the scale. Urdu translated version of the scale was completed by 500 participants of different age groups (M = 36.5, SD = 10.1). Based on a confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), results confirmed that a two-factor model with the factors practice and belief provided an excellent fit to the data with chi square 55.96 (df = 26, p > .05), CFI =.96, GFI = .97, and RMSEA = .04. Cronbach's alpha reliability coefficient was .78. Cross-language validation determined on a sample of 60 participants was satisfactory. Convergent validity of the scale was established by finding its significant positive correlation with religious practice and belief scale (r = .64, p < .001) and significant negative correlation with depression (r = û.18, p < .001) revealed its divergent validity (AU)

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Id: 159070
Autor: Viciana, Jesús; Mayorga-Vega, Daniel; Blanco, Humberto.
Título: Psychometric properties of the Spanish adaptation of the tactical skills inventory for sports in the school context
Fonte: Span. j. psychol;19(1):e18.1-e18.11, 2016. tab.
Idioma: en.
Resumo: Tactical skills in sport are the basis for current models of invasion team sports instruction, and relate to other psychological variables that exert a mediating influence on people's normal physical activity. This study aimed to validate the Spanish adaptation of the Tactical Skills Inventory for Sports by Elferink-Gemser, Visscher, Richart, and Lemmink (2004) and verify its factorial invariance. The sample included 540 participants 12.89 ± 1.73 years of age (10 to 17 years old; 333 males and 207 females). The adaptation and translation of the original questionnaire followed the methodological steps established by the International Test Commission. Then two measurement models with the original questionnaire's four-factor structure were compared. Confirmatory analyses were conducted using the software AMOS 21 and maximum likelihood estimation. Results indicated a four-factor structure (positioning and deciding, knowing about ball actions, knowing about others, acting in changing situations) was viable and showed goodness of fit to the data, with adequate indices of reliability (α between .72 and .86) and validity (GFI = .955; RMSEA = .044; CFI = .974), and strong evidence of stability in the factor structure. Moreover, factorial invariance was observed between participants who do and do not practice team sports, with practitioners scoring higher than non-practitioners on all factors (p < .001; effect sizes between .97 and 1.08) (AU)

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Id: 157233
Autor: Yuguero, M; Huguet, J; Griffin, S; Sirvent, E; Marcano, F; Balaguer, M; Tornera, P.
Título: Adaptación transcultural, validación y valoración de las propiedades psicométricas, de la versión española del cuestionario Western Ontario Shoulder Instability Index / Transcultural adaptation, validation and assessment of the psychometric properties of the spanish version of the Western Ontario Shoulder Instability Index questionnaire
Fonte: Rev. esp. cir. ortop. traumatol. (Ed. impr.) = Rev. Esp. Cir. Ortop. Traumatol. (Ed. Impr.);60(6):335-345, nov.-dic. 2016. tab, graf.
Idioma: es.
Resumo: Objetivo. El propósito del presente trabajo es presentar la adaptación transcultural y validación realizada del cuestionario Western Ontario Shoulder Instability Index (WOSI) al idioma español (España), así como la evaluación de sus propiedades psicométricas. Material y métodos. La adaptación transcultural se realizó mediante la técnica de traducción y retrotraducción. Posteriormente se realizó una prueba piloto y se ponderaron las propiedades psicométricas. Se evaluaron 79 pacientes que cumplimentaron el cuestionario Western Ontario Shoulder Instability Index dos veces, en el periodo de 2 meses y se estratificaron estadísticamente en 3 grupos diferentes (cohortes). Resultados. ò Validez estructural: ofreció un resultado válido, aunque dispar de la estructura de 4 dominios del cuestionario original. ò Validez de criterio: Coeficiente de Correlación de Pearson: 0,745 (ROWE) y 0,471 (EQ-5D-5L). ò Consistencia interna: alfa de Cronbach: 0,96, test-retest (ICC): 0,949. ò Sensibilidad al cambio: t-Student: 42,38; respuesta promedio estandarizada (SRM): 2,69; tamaño del efecto (ES): 2,61; error estándar de medición (SEM): 23%; mínimo cambio detectable (SDC): 76%. No se halló efecto suelo o techo. Conclusiones. La versión española del cuestionario Western Ontario Shoulder Instability Index ofrece una herramienta válida, confiable y con una alta sensibilidad al cambio para la valoración de pacientes afectos de inestabilidad de hombro (AU)

Objective. The aim of the present study is to present a transcultural adaptation and validation of the Western Ontario Shoulder Instability Index questionnaire into Spanish (Spain), and to assess its psychometric properties. Material and methods. The transcultural adaptation was conducted according to sequential forward and backward translation approach. A pilot study was subsequently performed to ensure acceptable psychometric properties. The Western Ontario Shoulder Instability Index questionnaire was administered to 79 patients twice within a period of 2 months, and patients were stratified into 3 groups (cohorts). Results. ò Structural validation: valid, though uneven results were obtained regarding the structure of the 4 domains of the original questionnaire. ò Criterion validity: Pearson's correlation coefficient: ROWE:0.74; EQ-5D-5L:0.471. ò Internal consistency: Cronbach's alpha: 0.96; coefficient of intraclass correlation: 0.949. ò Sensitivity to change: t-Student- t: 42.38; standard response means: 2.69; effect size: 2.61; standard error of measurement: 23%; Minimal detectable change: 76%. No floor or ceiling effects were detected. Conclusions. The Spanish version of the Western Ontario Shoulder Instability Index questionnaire is a valid, reliable tool, and highly sensitive to change to assess patients with shoulder instability (AU)
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Id: 154562
Autor: Gómez-Durán, Esperanza L; Martin-Fumadó, Carles; Campillo, Maite; Arimany-Manso, Josep.
Título: Réplica a 'Cuantificación del acuerdo de jueces en el proceso de traducción de cuestionarios en medicina legal' / Response to 'Quantifying the agreement between judges in the questionnaire translation process in legal medicine'
Fonte: Rev. esp. med. legal;42(3):129-129, jul.-sept. 2016.
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