Amaç: Bu çalışmanın amacı, çocuklar ve gençler için geliştirilmiş Sağlıkla İlişkili Yaşam Kalitesi Ölçeği KIDSCREEN'i Türkçeye uyarlamak ve psikometrik özelliklerini çözümlemektir. Yöntem: Araştırma Türkiye'nin batısında yer alan Manisa ilinde 8-18 yaşları arasındaki 662 çocuk ve onların anne-babaları (s=552) üzerinde yapılmış geçerlilik ve güvenirlilik çalışmasıdır. Katılımcıların sosyodemografik özellikleri belirlenmiş, KIDSCREEN-52 ve KINDL Yaşam Kalitesi Ölçeği uygulanmıştır. Araştırmada KIDSCREEN ölçeği Türkçeye uyarlanmış ve psikometrik özellikleri belirlenmiştir. Bulgular: KIDSCREEN-52, KIDSCREEN-27 ve KIDSCREEN-10 indeks çocuk sürümünde Cronbach alfa dağılımı 0.69-0.95 arasındadır. Anne-baba sürümünde ise Cronbach alfa 0.68-0.94 arasında değişmektedir. KIDSCREEN-52 doğrulayıcı faktör analizi uyum indeksi sonuçları iyi düzeyde bulunmuştur. KIDSCREEN ile KINDL ölçeklerinin birbirine benzer yapıları arasındaki korelasyon katsayısı (r=0.45-0.62 arasında) diğer boyutlardan daha yüksek düzeydedir. Ayrıca KIDSCREEN bedensel, ruhsal iyilik ve yetersiz gelir algısını ayırt edebilecek sonuçlar vermiştir. Sonuç: Türkçeye uyarlanmış KIDSCREEN Yaşam Kalitesi Ölçeği çocuk/ergen ve anne-baba sürümleri geçerli ve güvenilir bir ölçüm aracıdır.
Objective: The aim of this study is to adapt KIDSCREEN Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) questionnaire into Turkish and to analyze the psychometric properties of the scale. Methods: The study conducted in the city of Manisa located in western Turkey is a validity and reliability study and consisted of 662 children/adolescents between the ages of 8 and 18 and 552 parents. In the study, sociodemographic characteristics of the participants were identified, and KIDSCREEN-52 and KINDL QoL questionnaires were administered. The KIDSCREEN scale was adapted to Turkish and applied psychometric analyses. Results: Cronbach's alpha ranged between 0.69 and 0.95 for the child/adolescent version of the KIDSCREEN-52, KIDSCREEN-27 and KIDSCREEN-10 index and between 0.68 and 0.94 for the proxy version. The results of confirmatory factor analyses fit indices for KIDSCREEN were considered to be at a good level. Correlation coefficient between the dimensions of the KIDSCREEN and KINDL scales assessing similar constructs (ranging between 0.45 and 0.62) were higher than that of other dimensions. In addition, the KIDSCREEN yielded results to discriminate the physical well-being, psychological well-being and perception of insufficient income. Conclusion: Turkish version of the child/adolescent and proxy versions of KIDSCREEN is a valid and reliable measurement tool.
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