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- The place of satisfaction in participation according to the ICF classification
- Development of the SATIS-Stroke scale using the Rasch measurement model
The place of satisfaction in participation according to the ICF classification
Satisfaction in Participation, as measured by SATIS-Stroke, is defined as the patient’s involvement in life situations (WHO, 2001). SATIS-Stroke measure the patient 's perceived satisfaction in participation in different life situations.
See the page on the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health.
Development of the SATIS-Stroke scale using the Rasch measurement model
The SATIS-Stroke questionnaire has been calibrated in adults stroke patients (Bouffioulx et al, 2007) according to the level of satisfaction in participation as perceived by the stroke patients themselves.
The original version of SATIS-Stroke was developed in French. However, an English version is also available (see downloads section).
SATIS-Stroke in adults stroke patients
- 36 life situations
- Each item is answered on a 4-level scale (very dissatisfied, dissatisfied, satisfied, very satisfied).
- Measurement range: approx. 6 logits.
- Measurement error: 0.13 logits in the centre of the scale.
- Least measurable difference: 0.04 logit in the centre of the scale.
- Separation reliability: 0.94 in our sample of 101 stroke patients.
- Invariant item hierarchy across: gender, age, community dwelling, social status, delay since stroke and CVA side in our sample of 101 stroke patients.
- Test-retest reliability: ICC = 0.98 after a delay of 32 ± 10 days