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مقیاس انگلیسی خودکارآمدی زانو یک معیار معتبر و قابل اعتماد برای خودکارآمدی خاص زانو در افرادی است که در 5 سال گذشته آسیب زانو مربوط به ورزش داشته اند

The English Knee Self-Efficacy Scale is a valid and reliable measure for knee-specific self-efficacy in individuals with a sport-related knee injury in the past 5 years
سال انتشار: a2020
زبان فایل: انگلیسی
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قیمت: 100,000ريال

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DOI: 10.1007/s00167-020-05974-x

Abstract

Purpose

To translate and cross-culturally adapt the Swedish Knee Self-Efficacy Scale (K-SES) into English and evaluate the measurement properties in a sample of individuals with previous knee injury.

Methods

Translation, cross-cultural adaptation, and evaluation followed the Beaton multi-step process and COSMIN guidelines. Participants (n = 125) aged 16–60 years with a sport-related intra-articular tibiofemoral or patellofemoral injury within the last 5 years completed the K-SES, Knee Injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score, Anterior Cruciate Ligament-Return to Sport After Injury Scale, Tegner Activity Level Scale, and Multi-dimensional Health Locus of Control. Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) tested a-priori two-factor structure and model fit. Cronbach-alpha, intra-class correlation coefficient (ICC), and absolute reliability (Bland–Altman plots) were calculated. Construct validity was assessed by eight pre-defined hypotheses. A sub-group of participants (n = 42) completed the K-SES twice to assess intra-rater reliability.

Results

The cross-cultural adaptation generated an English K-SES with face and content validity. The original two-factor structure was rejected based on CFA and a revised solution informed by Exploratory Factor analysis resulted in an adequate fit. All construct validity hypotheses were confirmed. The K-SES showed good internal consistency [Factor (F1: α = 0.96; F2: α = 0.73)], intra-rater reliability (ICC = 0.92), and no systematic bias between repeated measurements.

Conclusion

The English K-SES is a valid and reliable measure for knee-specific self-efficacy in individuals who have sustained a sport-related intra-articular knee injury in the previous 5 years.