Translation and reliability of the Burn Specific Pain Anxiety Scale Thai version for burn patients

  • จินตนา ประสานศักดิ์ 120/95 เจวิลเลจทาวน์โฮม ม.24 ต.ศิลา อ.เมือง จ.ขอนแก่น 40000
Keywords: pain, anxiety, burn patient, translation process

Abstract

 This paper aimed to describe translation process and reliability of Thai version of Burn Specific Pain Anxiety Scale (BSPAS). The authors use the back-translation with monolingual test technique. The result revealed that BSPAS Thai version is the equivalence to the language content and semantic to the original version. Reliability was calculated by measuring internal consistency in 30 hospitalized adult burn patients. Cronbach’s alpha of BSPAS Thai version is 0.82 and item-total correlation coefficients ranged from 0.24-0.76

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Published
2019-10-28
How to Cite
ประสานศักดิ์จ. (2019). Translation and reliability of the Burn Specific Pain Anxiety Scale Thai version for burn patients. Journal of Nursing Science and Health, 42(3), 129-138. Retrieved from https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/nah/article/view/191766