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2017

Zeitschriftenbeiträge:

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Johanna Buchcik, Joachim Westenhöfer, Mick Fleming und Colin R. Martin
Is Health-Related Quality of Life the same for elderly Polish migrants, Turkish migrants and German natives? Testing the reliability and construct validity of the Sf-36 Health Survey in a cross-cultural comparison.
Cogent Psychology, 4:1280984
16 Januar 2017

Schlüsselwörter: Elderly Turkish and Polish migrants; Sf-36 health survey; structural equation modelling; confirmatory factor analysis; reliability; Cronbach’s ?

Marker: LS-GW

Zusammenfassung: Objective: The Sf-36 is the most widely used instrument to measure health-related quality of life (HRQoL) with the most convincing evidence of both internal consistency and test–retest reliability. In addition, it is appropriate for use among elderly and minority groups like migrants. The aim of this study is to investigate and compare the reliability and the factorial structure of the Sf-36 in a sample of elderly migrants and natives. The hypothesis is that the construct (the HRQoL consisting of eight dimensions correlated with two components) is the same for elderly Turkish migrants, Polish migrants and German natives. This means that the Sf- 36 model shows good psychometric properties and model invariance for the three groups investigated in this study. Methods: The Sf-36 v.2 was forward and backward translated to Turkish and Polish. In this cross-sectional study, interviews were conducted with a sample of elderly migrants from Turkey (n = 100), from Poland (n = 103) and a sample of elderly German natives (n = 101). All data were entered and analysed using SPSS version 21 and AMOS Graphics. Cronbach’s ? was used to analyse the reliability of the Sf-36. Multi-group confirmatory factor analysis (MGCFA)and structural equation modelling (SEM) were used for the Sf-36 model invariance testing. Results: The reliability of the Sf-36 was good to excellent for all Sf-36 dimensions (? > 0.7) except for General Health (0.55) in the Polish group. Multi-group confirmatory factor analysis (MGCFA) showed non-invariance between the three groups (CMIN: 180.172, df: 51, CMIN/df: 3.533, p < 0.001, CFI: 0.895, RMSEA: 0.092 for the unconstrained model). Model modifications resulted in a good model fit for the Polish group. However, an applicable common Sf-36 model for the three groups was not attained. Conclusion: This study doesn’t support the idea that the factorial structure of the Sf-36 with two components and eight dimensions is the same across three ethnically and culturally diverse groups of elderly subjects. Therefore, comparing subscale scores of the Sf-36 between different ethnic groups may be problematic.

Buchbeiträge:

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Johanna Buchcik, Joachim Westenhöfer, Mick Fleming und Colin R. Martin
Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) among Elderly Turkish and Polish Migrants and German Natives: The Role of Age, Gender, Income, Discrimination and Social Support
Dr. Ingrid Muenstermann (Hrsg.) People's Movements in the 21st Century - Risks, Challenges and Benefits
Verlag: InTech,
2017
ISBN: 978-953-51-2924-0

Schlüsselwörter: Migration, Quality of Life, Health

Marker: LS-GW

2014

Konferenz-/Workshop-/Podiumsdiskussionsbeiträge, Ausstellungs-/Modenschaubeteiligungen:

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J. Buchcik, M. Fleming, J. Westenhöfer und R. C. Martin
Model Invariance of the Sf-36 of Turkish and Polish migrants and German natives
Presentation at UWS, Scotland
2014

Marker: LS

2011

Technische Berichte:

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Vijay K. Gurbani, Anirban Basu, Thomas C. Schmidt, Simon Fleming, Mario Kolberg und Matthias Waehlisch
Peer-to-peer simulation frameworks: a survey
IRTF Internet Draft -- work in progress
Dokument Nummer: 00
P2P Research Group,
2011

Marker: TI-I

Zusammenfassung: Peer-to-peer (p2p) protocols, like all distributed protocols, are complex, and therefore harder to debug and study in the wild. This is more true of existing p2p protocols, where changing the behaviour of the protocol --- however minor the change may be --- may result in unknown manifestations on the dynamics of the swarm using that protocol. In lieu of the unintended consequences of perturbing a live swarm, researchers have resorted to simulation frameworks. However, simulation results obtained from one simulator are often hard to reproduce when using another simulation framework. This document surveys existing simulator frameworks prevalent in simulating p2p protocols today in order to quantify any assumptions and characteristics inherent in the simulator. This, we hope, will aid future researchers in choosing the right simulation framework for their abstraction.

2005

Zeitschriftenbeiträge:

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Valerie Fleming, Jessica Pehlke-Milde, Angela Poats und Uta Gaidys
Ist die REEDA-Skala zur Messung der Wundheilung nach Dammverletzungen geeignet?
Die Hebamme, 18(1):44-48
2005

Marker: WS-PM

2003

Zeitschriftenbeiträge:

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Valerie Fleming, Uta Gaidys und Yvonne Robb
Hermeneutic research in nursing: developing a Gadamerian-based research method
Nursing Inquiry, 10(2):113-120
2003

Marker: WS-PM

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