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Monitoring the Use of Health-Related Quality of Life Measurements in Korean Studies of Patients with Diabetes.

Authors
Lee, EH; Kim, CJ; Cho, SY; Chae, HJ; Lee, S; Kim, EJ
Citation
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing, 41(4):558-567, 2011
Journal Title
Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing
ISSN
2005-36732093-758X
Abstract
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to monitor the use of health-related quality of life (HRQOL) instruments in Korean studies of patients with diabetes.



METHODS: Of 86 Korean studies initially identified, 17 studies met the inclusion criteria. For each study, a description of the instrument and its psychometric properties were monitored by the Instrument Review Criteria of the Scientific Advisory Committee. These criteria include conceptual definition, attributes, taxonomy, reliability, validity, responsiveness, administrative mode, and language adaptations.



RESULTS: Five generic and one diabetes specific type questionnaires were identified from the 17 studies. Of those studies, conceptual definitions with the attributes of multi-dimension and subjectiveness were provided for 11 studies (71%). In the analysis of conceptual taxonomy, only 6 studies were classified as HRQOL, while other studies were done as QOL or health status. In monitoring of psychometric properties, reliability, validity, and responsiveness were reported for 88.2%, 64.7%, and 29.4%, respectively. One generic instrument was developed with a Korean population, while the other instruments were developed for Western countries. However, language adaptations were performed for only a few of the instruments.



CONCLUSION: The psychometric properties including responsiveness of most instruments warrants further research, and the development of diabetes-specific HRQOL measurements should be sought to facilitate intervention outcomes across Korean studies of patients with diabetes.
MeSH terms
Diabetes Mellitus/*psychologyHealth StatusHumansPsychometrics*Quality of LifeQuestionnairesRepublic of Korea
DOI
10.4040/jkan.2011.41.4.558
PMID
21964231
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