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See detailCross-cultural adaptation, translation, and validation of the functional assessment scale for acute hamstring injuries (FASH) questionnaire for French-speaking patients
Locquet, Médéa ULiege; Willems, Tom; Specque, Clément et al

in Disability and Rehabilitation (2020), 42(14), 2076-2082

Study design: This consisted of a translation and validation study. Background: Acute hamstring injury is a frequent muscle strain in sports that require high explosive strength, impulsion or running ... [more ▼]

Study design: This consisted of a translation and validation study. Background: Acute hamstring injury is a frequent muscle strain in sports that require high explosive strength, impulsion or running phases. Therefore, the Functional Assessment Scale for Hamstring Injury questionnaire was developed to assess pain, physical activity level and ability to perform various exercises in patients with hamstring injuries. The Functional Assessment Scale for Hamstring Injury questionnaire is currently available in English, German, and Greek. Objectives: The goal of this study was to provide a cross-culturally adapted French-translation of the FASH questionnaire and to assess its psychometric performance. Methods: The French-translation and cross-cultural adaptation process were based on international recommendations, following six rigorous steps: (a) two initial translations from English to French; (b) synthesis of the two translations; (c) back-translations; (d) comparisons between the back-translations and the original questionnaire by an expert committee; (e) pretest; and (f) approval of the final French version of the Functional Assessment Scale for Hamstring Injury questionnaire. To validate this French version, 116 subjects (17 pathological patients, 19 patients with other muscle injury, 40 athletes at risk, and 40 healthy control athletes) were recruited to complete the Functional Assessment Scale for Hamstring Injury questionnaire. The Short Form Health Survey (SF-36) was used as a comparative questionnaire. The psychometric properties of the questionnaire were evaluated by determining the test-retest reliability after a 48–60-h interval, internal consistency, construct validity, and floor/ceiling effects. Results: All of the items of the Functional Assessment Scale for Hamstring Injury questionnaire were translated without any major difficulties. The questionnaire showed excellent discriminative power by obtaining significantly different scores from the four groups (p¼0.01). Regarding psychometric performances, the test–retest reliability was excellent (IntraClass Coefficient Correlation of 0.997). Very high internal consistency was also observed (Cronbach’s alpha of 0.969). Correlations with the physical health subscales of the SF-36 were significant and considered to be strong, indicating an excellent convergent validity. The other subscales of the SF-36 (mental health) were weakly correlated with the FASH, reflecting good divergent validity. No floor or ceiling effects were observed. Conclusion: The French-translation of the Functional Assessment Scale for Hamstring Injury questionnaire and its cross-cultural adaptation can be considered to be successful. Functional Assessment Scale for Hamstring Injury-French questionnaire is now a reliable and valid tool for patients suffering from acute hamstring injury, and its application in clinical practice is particularly relevant. IMPLICATIONS FOR REHABILITATION The FASH-F can be considered to be discriminant, reliable and valid for the evaluation of the severity of symptoms and sports ability in individuals with hamstring injuries. FASH-F is now a reliable and valid tool for French-speaking patients suffering from acute hamstring injury, and its application in clinical practice is particularly relevant. A limitation of our study could be that the distribution between the different study groups was not homogeneous implying that our findings may not be fully representative of the general population. [less ▲]

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See detailExploring Nursing Student Self-esteem and its Relationship to Clinical Competence Development: Protocol for A Multiphase Convergent Mixed Methods Study
Dancot, Jacinthe ULiege; Pétré, Benoît ULiege; Detroz, Pascal ULiege et al

in International Journal of Nursing and Clinical Practices (2020), 7

Background: Self-esteem affects nursing students’ well-being and may impact their competence development. Nursing students appear to be at risk for low self-esteem, and their training may negatively ... [more ▼]

Background: Self-esteem affects nursing students’ well-being and may impact their competence development. Nursing students appear to be at risk for low self-esteem, and their training may negatively impact that selfesteem. The existing research, with its controversies, methodological issues, and gaps, has failed to fully portray or explain this phenomenon. Mruk’s two-dimensional model of self-esteem offers an operative theoretical framework based on self-competence and self-liking. The model describes the nature of ‘selfesteem moments’ in which self-esteem changes. The aim of this study is to answer the question: “How does undergraduate nursing education influence students’ self-esteem, specifically regarding the development of their clinical competence?” Methods: A longitudinal design is needed to describe changes during undergraduate nursing education. A mixed methods study is required to measure and explain those changes, with a convergent, multiphase design. A nursing student cohort is created by accidental sampling in four Belgian high schools and followed for three years. Quantitative data including sociodemographic data, self-esteem (as measured by the Rosenberg scale and the Tafarodi & Swann scale), self-efficacy, and state anxiety (Spielberger scale) are collected each year. These data will be used to describe changes in self-esteem level and profile during nursing education. Multivariate analysis is used to identify correlated factors. Qualitative data are collected each year via semi-structured interviews with a cohort created by purposive sampling; content analysis is performed on that data(hermeneutic phenomenology) to identify themes using repetitions, similarities and differences, indigenous categories, and theory-related material. The quantitative and qualitative data are then combined into a meta-matrix. Discussion: The challenges encountered during study designing involved following the cohort while minimizing missing data, validating the French translation of a self-esteem scale using nursing students, and dealing with a large volume of data, especially when assembling it into a meta-matrix. The aim of the study is to help educational institutions tackle the self-esteem issue. Future studies might also compare nursing students to other students, explore the situation of dropouts, and evaluate self-esteem-related pedagogical devices. [less ▲]

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See detailComparing hypnosis and virtual reality to reduce anxiety and pain before and after a cardiovascular surgery
Rousseaux, Floriane ULiege; Dardenne, Nadia ULiege; Bicego, Aminata Yasmina ULiege et al

Poster (2020, March)

Anxiety, pain and fatigue are important factors influencing the good recovery of patients after a surgery. Nowadays, non-pharmacological techniques such as hypnosis and virtual reality are used in ... [more ▼]

Anxiety, pain and fatigue are important factors influencing the good recovery of patients after a surgery. Nowadays, non-pharmacological techniques such as hypnosis and virtual reality are used in addition to pharmacological treatment to reduce these symptoms. [less ▲]

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See detailCan hypnosis and virtual reality reduce anxiety, pain and fatigue among patients who undergo cardiac surgery: a randomised controlled trial
Rousseaux, Floriane ULiege; FAYMONVILLE, Marie-Elisabeth ULiege; NYSSEN, Anne-Sophie ULiege et al

in Trials (2020)

Different non-pharmacological techniques, including hypnosis and virtual reality (VR) are currently used as complementary tools in the treatment of anxiety, acute and chronic pain. A new technique called ... [more ▼]

Different non-pharmacological techniques, including hypnosis and virtual reality (VR) are currently used as complementary tools in the treatment of anxiety, acute and chronic pain. A new technique called 'virtual reality hypnosis' (VRH), which encompasses a combination of both tools, is regularly used although its benefits and underlying mechanisms remain unknown to this date. With the goal to improve our understanding of VRH combination effects, it is necessary to conduct randomized and controlled research trials in order to understand their clinical interest and potential benefits. [less ▲]

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See detailAssessing quality of life in an obesity observational study: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach
Dardenne, Nadia ULiege; Pétré, Benoît ULiege; Husson, Eddy ULiege et al

in Applied Research in Quality of Life (2020), 15

Purpose: Quality of life (QOL) of a patient is usually computed as the (weighted) sum of items and analysed by means of multiple regressions to evaluate its relationships with various measured factors ... [more ▼]

Purpose: Quality of life (QOL) of a patient is usually computed as the (weighted) sum of items and analysed by means of multiple regressions to evaluate its relationships with various measured factors. The aim of the present study was to compare results derived under classical statistical method with those obtained under more appropriate statistical techniques for QOL. Methods: Analyses were applied to data from 4155 subjects participated in 2012 in a community based sample study in the French speaking part of Belgium and which completed a web-based questionnaire on their weight-related experience. Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) and structural equation modeling (SEM) were carried out to derive QOL and to test direct/indirect effects of body mass index (BMI), age, body image discrepancy (BID), latent socio-economic (SOCIO) and latent subjective-norm (SN). Results: No major differences were found under both SEM and the product of coefficients approach using SAS PROCESS macro developed by Hayes. Significant direct and indirect effects on physical and psychological dimensions of QOL were found for age, BMI and SOCIO while significant direct effects were found for BID and SN (p < 0.0001). Factor loadings were found to be significantly different according to gender (p < 0.0001). Conclusions: BID and SN are partially mediators on the relationships between BMI and QOL. The study also confirms the role of SOCIO on the (un)observable variables included in the model. However, the large sample size provided significant tests with small effect size and couldn’t highlight pertinent differences between both methods. [less ▲]

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See detailVirtual reality experience: immersion, sense of presence and cybersickness
Servotte, Jean-Christophe ULiege; Goosse, Manon ULiege; Campbell, Suzanne et al

in Clinical Simulation in Nursing (2020)

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See detailSomato-sensory trainings with new technologies are promising treatments in patients with chronic spinal pain or fibromyalgia
Demoulin, Christophe ULiege; Geoffroy, M.; Schneider, E. et al

in Abstract Book of 10th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Girdle Pain (2019, October)

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See detailEffects of a hypnosis-based intervention on fatigue and sleep difficulties in post-treatment cancer patients
Grégoire, Charlotte ULiege; FAYMONVILLE, Marie-Elisabeth ULiege; VANHAUDENHUYSE, Audrey ULiege et al

in Journal of Psychosocial Oncology Research and Practice (2019, September), 1(1S),

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See detailComparison between platelet-rich plasma injections and hyaluronic acid injections in the treatment of patellar tendinopathies: a randomized trial.
Kaux, Jean-François ULiege; Bornheim, Stephen ULiege; Dardenne, Nadia ULiege et al

in Muscles, Ligaments and Tendons Journal (2019), 9(3), 322-327

Background. As patellar tendinopathies are frequently chronic there has been plenty of research carried out to develop effective treatments, among which platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and hyaluronic acid (HA ... [more ▼]

Background. As patellar tendinopathies are frequently chronic there has been plenty of research carried out to develop effective treatments, among which platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and hyaluronic acid (HA). Hypothesis. Therefore we aimed to compare the effect after three months following injections of PRP compared with HA injections on patients with a proximal patellar tendinopathy. Methods. 33 sportsmen with chronic proximal patellar tendinopathies were included and randomised into 2 groups and treated respectively with PRP (obtained using an apheresis machine) or HA injections. To assess the evolution of the pathology, algo-functional tests (VISA-P and IKDC) and isokinetic tests were carried out pre-injection, after 6 weeks and after 3 months post-injections. Results. The results of VAS, algometric scores, IKDC scores and VISA-P showed a considerable improvement in the two groups over time (p<0.01), except for the US findings. Isokinetic tests showed significant modifications for the quadriceps in C60 (p=0.01) for the pathological limb only at the end of the follow-up period. VAS associated with isokinetic tests decreased significantly for all contraction modes after three months in the HA group (p<0.05). Correlations showed that there was a significant negative association between VAS and strength in C60, C240 and E30 (p<0.01) only for the PRP group. Conclusion. Both PRP and HA can alleviate the symptoms of proximal patellar tendinopathy in the medium term. However, only PRP leads to a decrease in pain associated with an increase in the strength of the quadriceps. [less ▲]

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See detailCross-cultural adaptation, translation in French and validation of the Anterior Knee Pain Scale (AKPS)
Kaux, Jean-François ULiege; Bornheim, Stephen ULiege; Remy, Gaël et al

in Bunc, V; Tsolakidis, E (Eds.) Book of abstracts - 24th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science (2019, July)

INTRODUCTION: Anterior knee pain is common in sports and especially among sportswomen. Moreover, early sport specialization in female adolescents is associated with increased risk of anterior knee-pain ... [more ▼]

INTRODUCTION: Anterior knee pain is common in sports and especially among sportswomen. Moreover, early sport specialization in female adolescents is associated with increased risk of anterior knee-pain disorders. The "Anterior Knee Pain Scale" was developed (in English) for the evaluation of the severity of symptoms and sports ability in individuals with anterior knee pain. Our purpose was to linguistically and cross-culturally translate the Anterior Knee Pain Scale into French and to evaluate the reliability and validity of this translated version of the questionnaire. METHODS: The translation part was performed in six stages, according to international guidelines: (i) two initial translations from English to French; (ii) synthesis of the two translations; (iii) backward translations into the original language; (iv) expert committee to compare the backward translations with the original questionnaire; (v) pre-final version testing and (VI) expert committee appraisal. To validate the French version of the Anterior Knee Pain Scale, we assessed its validity, reliability and floor/ceiling effects. To do this, volunteer patients from the French part of Belgium and from France, with patellofemoral pain were asked to answer the French version of the Anterior Knee Pain Scale at baseline and after 7?days, as well as the generic SF-36 questionnaire. RESULTS: The Anterior Knee Pain Scale was translated without any major difficulties. A total of 101 subjects aged 34.5?±?11.4?years (58.4% of women) were included in this study. Results indicated an excellent test-retest reliability (Intra-class correlation coefficient (ICC)?=?0.97, 95%CI: 0.96-0.98), a high internal consistency (Cronbachs alpha = 0.87), a consistent construct validity (high correlations with the SF-36 questionnaire were found with domains related to physical function (r?=?0.80), physical role (r?=?0.70) and pain (r?=?0.64)) and low or moderate correlations with domains related to mental health (r?=?0.26), vitality (r?=?0.32) and social function (r?=?0.41). Moreover, no floor/ceiling effects have been found. CONCLUSION: A valid French version of the Anterior Knee Pain Scale is now available and can be used with confidence to better assess the disease burden associated with patellofemoral pain. It was successfully cross-culturally adapted into French. Implications for rehabilitation The results on psychometric properties of the French Anterior Knee Pain Scale are comparable with six validated versions obtained for the Finnish, the Turkish, the Chinese, the Dutch, the Thai and the Persian populations. The French translated version of the Anterior Knee Pain Scale is a reliable and valid instrument for assessing the functional limitations associated with patellofemoral pain. The test-retest reliability of the French Anterior Knee Pain Scale was excellent, the internal consistency was high and the construct validity was consistent. There were no floor/ceiling effects. [less ▲]

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See detailDimensional reduction of a quality of life questionnaire: is confirmatory factor analysis a powerful tool?
Dardenne, Nadia ULiege; POIRRIER, Anne-Lise ULiege; de Dorlodot, Clotilde et al

Poster (2019, July)

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See detailBaseline SNOT-22 as Outcome Predictor: a Powerful Tool just at Hand
POIRRIER, Anne-Lise ULiege; DE DORLODOT, Clotilde; ANSARI, Edward et al

Poster (2019, June 29)

Introduction: SNOT-22 was initially designed for rhinosinusitis, but was recently validated in various nose conditions. We sought to optimize the use of SNOT-22 by predicting the outcome of patients and ... [more ▼]

Introduction: SNOT-22 was initially designed for rhinosinusitis, but was recently validated in various nose conditions. We sought to optimize the use of SNOT-22 by predicting the outcome of patients and healthy volunteers solely based on the pattern of the baseline SNOT-22. Material and Methods: Sixty-six healthy volunteers and 383 patients presenting to the rhinology clinic of 3 ENT academic departments participated in this prospective cross-sectional multi-centre study. SNOT-22 from all participants were collected blindly prior to diagnosis. Participants were then categorized in 4 groups according to their outcome: control, medical rhinologic condition, functional nose surgery, sinus surgery. Difference between groups was assessed by a multinomial logistic regression adjusted for age, gender, history of nose surgery and trauma. Results: The 22 items of SNOT differed significantly among the 4 groups (p <0.05). Control subjects showed the lowest SNOT-22 scores for all items. Patients requiring sinus surgery and those listed for nose surgery exhibited a specific pattern of SNOT-22 score. Nasal and extranasal rhinology symptoms were more specific to the diagnosis than psychological or sleep dysfunction domains. Conclusion: Distinct SNOT-22 patterns were associated to subjects outcome. SNOT-22 was able to differentiate patients from controls, to score severity, and could further provide an accurate description of pathology. Baseline SNOT-22 could help localize pathology in the sinus or in the nose and predict the need for surgical treatment. [less ▲]

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See detailFrench translation and validation of the “Anterior Knee Pain Scale” (AKPS)
Buckinx, Fanny ULiege; Bornheim, Stephen ULiege; Remy, Gaël et al

in Disability and Rehabilitation (2019), 41(9), 1089-1094

Purpose: To linguistically and cross-culturally translate the Anterior Knee Pain Scale into French and to evaluate the reliability and validity of this translated version of the questionnaire. Methods ... [more ▼]

Purpose: To linguistically and cross-culturally translate the Anterior Knee Pain Scale into French and to evaluate the reliability and validity of this translated version of the questionnaire. Methods: The translation part was performed in six stages, according to international guidelines: (i) two initial translations from English to French; (ii) synthesis of the two translations; (iii) backward translations into the original language; (iv) expert committee to compare the backward translations with the original questionnaire; (v) pre-final version testing and (VI) expert committee appraisal. To validate the French version of the Anterior Knee Pain Scale, we assessed its validity, reliability and floor/ceiling effects. To do this, volunteer patients from the French part of Belgium and from France, with patellofemoral pain were asked to answer the French version of the Anterior Knee Pain Scale at baseline and after 7 days, as well as the generic SF-36 questionnaire. Results: The Anterior Knee Pain Scale was translated without any major difficulties. A total of 101 subjects aged 34.5 ± 11.4 years (58.4% of women) were included in this study. Results indicated an excellent test-retest reliability (Intra-class correlation coefficient (ICC) = 0.97, 95%CI: 0.96–0.98), a high internal consistency (Cronbach’s alpha = 0.87), a consistent construct validity (high correlations with the SF-36 questionnaire were found with domains related to physical function (r = 0.80), physical role (r = 0.70) and pain (r = 0.64)) and low or moderate correlations with domains related to mental health (r = 0.26), vitality (r = 0.32) and social function (r = 0.41). Moreover, no floor/ceiling effects have been found. Conclusions: A valid French version of the Anterior Knee Pain Scale is now available and can be used with confidence to better assess the disease burden associated with patellofemoral pain. It was successfully cross-culturally adapted into French.Implications for rehabilitationThe results on psychometric properties of the French Anterior Knee Pain Scale are comparable with six validated versions obtained for the Finnish, the Turkish, the Chinese, the Dutch, the Thai and the Persian populations.The French translated version of the Anterior Knee Pain Scale is a reliable and valid instrument for assessing the functional limitations associated with patellofemoral pain.The test–retest reliability of the French Anterior Knee Pain Scale was excellent, the internal consistency was high and the construct validity was consistent. There were no floor/ceiling effects. © 2017 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group [less ▲]

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