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A content validity study of signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems expressed in LIBRAS.

Aragão Jda S, de França IS, Coura AS, de Sousa FS, Batista JD, Magalhães IM - Rev Lat Am Enfermagem (2015 Nov-Dec)

Bottom Line: Data were processed in a spreadsheet and analyzed using univariate tables, with absolute frequencies and percentages.The validation results were analyzed using the Content Validity Index (CVI). 33 expressions in LIBRAS, of signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems were evaluated, and 28 expressions obtained a satisfactory CVI (1.00).The signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems expressed in LIBRAS presented validity, in the study region, for health professionals, especially nurses, for use in the clinical anamnesis of the nursing consultation for people with deafness.

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Affiliation: Universidade Estadual da Paraíba, Campina Grande, PB, Brazil.

ABSTRACT

Objectives: To validate the content of signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems expressed in LIBRAS for people with deafness. Method: Methodological development study, which involved 36 people with deafness and three LIBRAS specialists. The study was conducted in three stages: investigation of the signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems, referred to by people with deafness, reported in a questionnaire; video recordings of how people with deafness express, through LIBRA, the signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems; and validation of the contents of the recordings of the expressions by LIBRAS specialists. Data were processed in a spreadsheet and analyzed using univariate tables, with absolute frequencies and percentages. The validation results were analyzed using the Content Validity Index (CVI).

Results: 33 expressions in LIBRAS, of signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems were evaluated, and 28 expressions obtained a satisfactory CVI (1.00).

Conclusions: The signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems expressed in LIBRAS presented validity, in the study region, for health professionals, especially nurses, for use in the clinical anamnesis of the nursing consultation for people with deafness.

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Mentions: The recordings of the LIBRAS expressions are presented in Figure 1 (signs), Figure 2(symptoms) andFigure 3 (diseases/health problems).


A content validity study of signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems expressed in LIBRAS.

Aragão Jda S, de França IS, Coura AS, de Sousa FS, Batista JD, Magalhães IM - Rev Lat Am Enfermagem (2015 Nov-Dec)

- LIBRAS expression by people with deafness for signs of health problems.Campina Grande, PB, Brazil, 2012
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f1: - LIBRAS expression by people with deafness for signs of health problems.Campina Grande, PB, Brazil, 2012
Mentions: The recordings of the LIBRAS expressions are presented in Figure 1 (signs), Figure 2(symptoms) andFigure 3 (diseases/health problems).

Bottom Line: Data were processed in a spreadsheet and analyzed using univariate tables, with absolute frequencies and percentages.The validation results were analyzed using the Content Validity Index (CVI). 33 expressions in LIBRAS, of signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems were evaluated, and 28 expressions obtained a satisfactory CVI (1.00).The signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems expressed in LIBRAS presented validity, in the study region, for health professionals, especially nurses, for use in the clinical anamnesis of the nursing consultation for people with deafness.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Universidade Estadual da Paraíba, Campina Grande, PB, Brazil.

ABSTRACT

Objectives: To validate the content of signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems expressed in LIBRAS for people with deafness. Method: Methodological development study, which involved 36 people with deafness and three LIBRAS specialists. The study was conducted in three stages: investigation of the signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems, referred to by people with deafness, reported in a questionnaire; video recordings of how people with deafness express, through LIBRA, the signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems; and validation of the contents of the recordings of the expressions by LIBRAS specialists. Data were processed in a spreadsheet and analyzed using univariate tables, with absolute frequencies and percentages. The validation results were analyzed using the Content Validity Index (CVI).

Results: 33 expressions in LIBRAS, of signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems were evaluated, and 28 expressions obtained a satisfactory CVI (1.00).

Conclusions: The signs, symptoms and diseases/health problems expressed in LIBRAS presented validity, in the study region, for health professionals, especially nurses, for use in the clinical anamnesis of the nursing consultation for people with deafness.

No MeSH data available.