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The development of the St Andrew’s-Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale: validity and reliability of a new measure of neurobehavioural disability and social handicap. / Nick Alderman; Rodger LI Wood; Claire Williams

Brain Injury, Volume: 25, Issue: 1, Pages: 83 - 100

Swansea University Author: Wood, Rodger

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Primary objective: Neurobehavioural disability (NBD) has a major impact on long-term psychosocial outcome followingacquired brain injury (ABI). A recent review highlighted that a reliable and valid measure that can adequately capture thesubtle and varied characteristics of NBD has yet to be develope...

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Published in: Brain Injury
ISSN: 0269-9052 1362-301X
Published: 2010
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spelling 2014-03-06T15:31:32Z v2 13216 2012-11-05 The development of the St Andrew’s-Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale: validity and reliability of a new measure of neurobehavioural disability and social handicap. Rodger Wood Rodger Wood true false 7d67e475699a3b3ab820b4a5d2602dc9 10188685c6ee9a166d12b66591efa1e9 8/FyjLPD+TeiBnz+5hdUpdyvqZQRJmUl2lxhnzSZE7o= 2012-11-05 PMSC Primary objective: Neurobehavioural disability (NBD) has a major impact on long-term psychosocial outcome followingacquired brain injury (ABI). A recent review highlighted that a reliable and valid measure that can adequately capture thesubtle and varied characteristics of NBD has yet to be developed. In this paper, the work underpinning the‘St Andrews-Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale’ (SASNOS) is described using a conceptual frameworkunderpinned by the WHO ICF. The intention is that SASNOS will provide a reliable and valid means of measuring NBD.Methods and procedures: Three hundred and thirty-six sets of ratings were made regarding ABI and neurologically healthysamples. The initial pool of 117 items was subjected to exploratory factor analysis and Rasch analysis. Reliability andvalidity of the new measure were determined using a range of appropriate statistical methods.Main outcomes: Forty-nine items were retained, falling into five principal factors. Content and construct validity arecalculated. SASNOS has excellent discriminant/diagnostic validity. Inter-rater and test–re-test reliability are good.Conclusions: SASNOS has a range of clinical and research applications and can be employed when measuring outcome. Thisnew measure will enable neurorehabilitation services to directly compare the clinical populations they serve using the sameframe of reference for NBD. Journal article Brain Injury 25 1 83 100 0269-9052 1362-301X Acquired brain injury, neurorehabilitation, outcome measurement 0 6 2010 2010-06-01 10.3109/02699052.2010.532849 Swansea University Medical School Medicine CMED PMSC Clinical and Health Psychology  None 2014-03-06T15:31:32Z 2012-11-05T17:52:23Z College of Human and Health Sciences Psychology Nick Alderman 1 Rodger LI Wood 2 Claire Williams 3
title The development of the St Andrew’s-Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale: validity and reliability of a new measure of neurobehavioural disability and social handicap.
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description Primary objective: Neurobehavioural disability (NBD) has a major impact on long-term psychosocial outcome followingacquired brain injury (ABI). A recent review highlighted that a reliable and valid measure that can adequately capture thesubtle and varied characteristics of NBD has yet to be developed. In this paper, the work underpinning the‘St Andrews-Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale’ (SASNOS) is described using a conceptual frameworkunderpinned by the WHO ICF. The intention is that SASNOS will provide a reliable and valid means of measuring NBD.Methods and procedures: Three hundred and thirty-six sets of ratings were made regarding ABI and neurologically healthysamples. The initial pool of 117 items was subjected to exploratory factor analysis and Rasch analysis. Reliability andvalidity of the new measure were determined using a range of appropriate statistical methods.Main outcomes: Forty-nine items were retained, falling into five principal factors. Content and construct validity arecalculated. SASNOS has excellent discriminant/diagnostic validity. Inter-rater and test–re-test reliability are good.Conclusions: SASNOS has a range of clinical and research applications and can be employed when measuring outcome. Thisnew measure will enable neurorehabilitation services to directly compare the clinical populations they serve using the sameframe of reference for NBD.
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