Hemşire Kültürel Yeterlik Ölçeği

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Uyarlama
Kaynak/Referans: 

Gözüm, S., Tuzcu, A., & Kirca, N. (2016). Validity and reliability of the Turkish version of the Nurse Cultural Competence Scale. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 27(5), 487-495. https://doi.org/10.1177/1043659615582089

Sorumlu Yazar: 
Sebahat Gözüm
Geçerlik: 

Content Validity Index. The extent of agreement between the
expert team members was assessed by using a content validity index in the study. The members evaluated the feasibility
and relevance of each item in the scale by rating them from 1
(not relevant) to 4 (very relevant) as follows: 1 = not relevant; 2 = unable to assess relevance without item revision or
item is in need of such revision that it would no longer be relevant; 3 = relevant but needs minor alteration; 4 = very
relevant. The CVI of the scale was calculated by dividing the number of items rated 3 or 4 by the total number of items,
and the value greater than 80% was regarded as a standard for testing expert validity The CVI was 0.98 for the NCCS-T, which meant that the scales were feasible for further use

Güvenirlik: 

Internal Consistency and Item Analysis. The scales’ item means,
standard deviations, item–total correlations, and Cronbach
coefficients were determined. Cronbach’s correlation coefficient of the 20-item NCCS-T was found to be .96, and the
corrected item–total correlations of each item varied between
.66 and .81 (p < .05)
Stability. The stability of the NCCS-T was verified by fulfilling test–retest with a 2-week interval. The coefficient of the
NCCS-T was .90

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