Reliability and validity of the body image quality of life inventory: version for Brazilian burn victims.

Abstract:

:The aims of this study were to adapt the Body Image Quality of Life Inventory (BIQLI) into Brazilian Portuguese (BP) and to assess the psychometric properties of the adapted version. Construct validity was assessed by correlating the BIQLI-BP scores with the Rosenberg's Self-Esteem Scale, with Burns Specific Health Scale-Revised (BSHS-R), and with gender, total body surface area burned, and visibility of the scars. Participants were 77 adult burn patients. Cronbach's alpha for the adapted version was .90 and moderate linear correlations were found between body image and self-esteem and between BIQLI-BP scores and two domains of the BSHS-R: affect and body image and interpersonal relationships. The BIQLI-BP showed acceptable levels of reliability and validity for Brazilian burn patients.

journal_name

Res Nurs Health

authors

Assunção FF,Dantas RA,Ciol MA,Gonçalves N,Farina JA Jr,Rossi LA

doi

10.1002/nur.21538

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2013-06-01 00:00:00

pages

299-310

issue

3

eissn

0160-6891

issn

1098-240X

journal_volume

36

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