TITLE

Cross-cultural adaptation into Punjabi of the English version of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale

AUTHOR(S)
Lane, Deirdre A.; Jajoo, Jagdish; Taylor, Rod S.; Lip, Gregory Y. H.; Jolly, Kate
PUB. DATE
January 2007
SOURCE
BMC Psychiatry;2007, Vol. 7, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Background: We wanted to use a Punjabi version of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) to enable non-English speaking patients to participate in a clinical trial. The aim of the study was to translate and validate the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale into Punjabi. Methods: The HADS was translated into Punjabi by a multidisciplinary team, verified against the original version, and administered to 73 bilingual patients attending an outpatient clinic. Results: One sample t-tests and the Bland-Altman plots demonstrated acceptable linguistic agreement between the two versions of the HADS. Spearman's rank-order correlation coefficients (p < 0.0001) demonstrate excellent conceptual agreement between each item and its corresponding subscale score, for both versions. Concordance rates revealed that the Punjabi HADS adequately identified borderline cases of anxiety (80.8%), definite cases of anxiety (91.8%) and depression (91.8%), but was less reliable in identifying borderline cases of depression (65.8%). Cronbach alpha coefficients revealed high levels of internal consistency for both the Punjabi and English versions (0.81 and 0.86 for anxiety and 0.71 and 0.85 for depression, respectively). Conclusion: The Punjabi HADS is an acceptable, reliable and valid measure of anxiety and depression among physically ill Punjabi speaking people in the United Kingdom.
ACCESSION #
29962922

 

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