Adaptation and Validation of the Instrument ‘Children Care Quality at Hospital’ for Portuguese

Fernanda Loureiro, Beatriz Araújo, Zaida Charepe

Resumen


Adaptación y validación del instrumento Children Care Quality at Hospital para el portugués

Adaptação e Validação do Instrumento “Children Care Quality at Hospital” para o idioma português

Objetivo: adaptar y validar el instrumento Children Care Quality at Hospital (CCQH) de evaluación de la calidad de los cuidados de enfermería al niño hospitalizado para el idioma portugués de Portugal. Materiales y método: estudio metodológico de validación de contenido, lingüística y conceptual, con traducción, retrotraducción y reflexión. Se recurrió a una muestra no probabilística de 252 niños entre 7 y 11 años, hospitalizados por enfermedad aguda en nueve servicios de seis hospitales portugueses. Se determinaron la fiabilidad y validez de los resultados para medir las propiedades psicométricas del instrumento. Se calculó la validez de constructo mediante análisis factorial exploratorio de componentes principales con rotación Varimax y la consistencia interna por la determinación del coeficiente alfa de Cronbach. Resultados: la consistencia interna presenta características psicométricas adecuadas a la población portuguesa (valores de alfa de Cronbach entre 0,66 y 0,82). El instrumento mantuvo 49 ítems agrupados en tres categorías: características, actividades y ambiente. Las características psicométricas del CCQH, adaptado y validado para el portugués, le garantiza la fiabilidad y validez para medir la satisfacción con la calidad de los cuidados de enfermería desde la perspectiva de los escolares. Conclusiones: el instrumento podrá utilizarse en la evaluación de la satisfacción de los niños con la calidad de los cuidados de enfermería durante su hospitalización.

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Loureiro FMAraújo BRCharepe ZB. Adaptation and Validation of the Instrument ‘Children Care Quality at Hospital’ for Portuguese. Aquichan 2019;19(4):e1947. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5294/aqui.2019.19.4.7

Recibido: 13/07/2019

Aceptado: 19/09/2019

Online: 12/12/2019


Palabras clave


Enfermería; niño; hospitalización; satisfacción del paciente; encuestas y cuestionarios

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