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:: Volume 1, Issue 2 (spring 2012) ::
JHPM 2012, 1(2): 54-65 Back to browse issues page
Development and psychometric evaluation ‘Nurse Satisfaction of Report Writing Scale’
Attarzadeh Behbahani SAS , Yaghmaei F , Akhtardanesh N , Alavi Majd H
, Farideh_y2002@yahoo.com
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Introduction: Recording nursing care is an important tool to determine eligibility and evaluation of care interventions. In this regard, satisfaction of nurse with recording could provide correct nursing record. The aim of this study was development and psychometric evaluation ‘Nurse Satisfaction of Report Writing Scale 


Materials and methods: This Study is an exploratory study that by review of studies about concept and dimensions of satisfaction and satisfaction of nurses about report writing at primilarinary stage of, satisfaction "Nurse Satisfaction Report Writing Scale" was developed. Content validity was measured using Content Validity Index (Waltz and Basel) by 17 experts and face validity of the scale was assessed using 20 experts in the field of report writing and construct validity were evaluated by review of literature, books, articles, researches and interviews of experts. Moreover, reliability of the scale was determined by internal consistency (Cronbach's alpha) and test-retest (Pearson correlation coefficient).


Findings: At first stage item were developed in the scale and later using content validity index, items with value of more than 75% were retained. Hence, the numbers of items were reduced to 66 numbers. Construct validity of the questionnaire showed 7 factors. Furthermore, the findings showed, internal consistency reliability (Cronbach's alpha) (α=0/981) for 7 dimensions and re-test by Pearson correlation coefficient (r=0/912). In final stage, 15 items were deleted thus total number of items reduced to 51 items.

 Conclusion: The results of this study showed that questionnaire of nurses with 51 items of the type of report writing Likert is valid and reliable. Due to the lack of valid and reliable scale to measure satisfaction of nurses from report writing, using the scale can be helpful. Measuring other types of validity such as concurrent validity is recommended. 

Keywords: Psychometric evaluation, Scale development, Nurse Satisfaction, Report writing.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: health services management
Received: 2012/06/24 | Published: 2012/04/15
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Attarzadeh Behbahani SAS, Yaghmaei F, Akhtardanesh N, Alavi Majd H. Development and psychometric evaluation ‘Nurse Satisfaction of Report Writing Scale’. JHPM 2012; 1 (2) :54-65
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