Impaired Parenting in Primiparous Mothers: Clinical Validation through Rasch Analysis

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  • Luis Carlos Orozco Vargas UNIVERSIDAD INDUSTRIAL DE SANTANDER
  • Beatriz Villamizae Carvajal UNIVERSIDAD INDUSTRIAL DE SANTANDER
  • Carolina Vargas Porras UNIVERSIDAD INDUSTRIAL DE SANTANDER

Palabras clave:

Mothers, Parenting, Validation studies, Nursing diagnosis

Resumen

Introduction: A valid instrument is needed to establish a nursing diagnosis of impaired parenting and to conduct interventions.
Objective: The purpose of this study is to validate the nursing diagnosis of impaired parenting using Rasch analysis with primiparous
mothers up to 24 years of age, during the first year of child rearing, and to compare the results of the clinical validation of that diagnosis
using Rasch analysis and Fehring’s method to clinically validatenursing diagnosis. Method: This was a cross-sectional study based on
Rasch analysis, pursuant to Messick’s construct validity guidelines. Results: Twenty-seven items representing 18 parenting-defining
characteristics showed content, structural, substantive and generalized validity. Conclusion: Clinically validating nursing diagnosis using
Rasch analysis makes it possible to establish dimensional diagnoses with construct validity.

 

DOI: 10.5294/aqui.2015.15.2.2

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Biografía del autor/a

Luis Carlos Orozco Vargas, UNIVERSIDAD INDUSTRIAL DE SANTANDER

SANTANDER

BUCARAMANGA

DOCENTE UIS

Beatriz Villamizae Carvajal, UNIVERSIDAD INDUSTRIAL DE SANTANDER

SANTANDER

BUCARAMANGA

DOCENTE UIS

Carolina Vargas Porras, UNIVERSIDAD INDUSTRIAL DE SANTANDER

Santander

Bucaramanga

UIS

Profesora Escuela de Enfermería, Coordinadora Académica del Programa

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2015-06-26

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Orozco Vargas, L. C., Villamizae Carvajal, B., & Vargas Porras, C. (2015). Impaired Parenting in Primiparous Mothers: Clinical Validation through Rasch Analysis. Aquichan, 15(2). Recuperado a partir de https://aquichan.unisabana.edu.co/index.php/aquichan/article/view/4350

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