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  • The use of freeze-dried retronasal stimuli to assess olfactory function. [Journal Article]
  • COClin Otolaryngol 2019 Jun 14
  • Pal P, Shepherd D, … Hautus MJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Freeze-dried retronasal stimuli offer an easy-to-use and rapid means to test olfaction function, and are arguably well-suited for clinical practice, but require further development and trialing prior to adoption in the clinical context. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Development and validation of the Needs of Children Questionnaire (NCQ): An instrument to measure children's self-reported needs in hospital. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Adv Nurs 2019 Jun 14
  • Foster M, Whitehead L, Arabiat D
  • CONCLUSIONS: The NCQ bridges a gap to measure the level of importance and fulfilment of school-aged children's self-reported needs in hospital. Future testing and validation is needed in other paediatric areas and countries.The 16-item NCQ is a valid measure to evaluate if the quality of care delivered and received in hospital is in line with what children self-report as important and required and to date indicates good usability and utility. Child self-reports are essential to inform healthcare delivery, policy, research and theory development from a child and family centred care lens that honours the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and the best interests of the child. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Development and validation of the social adjustment scale for adolescents with Tourette syndrome in Taiwan. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Pediatr Nurs 2019 Jun 10
  • Lee MY, Wang HS, Chen CJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: The SASATS is a reliable and valid instrument for evaluating social adjustment status in TS adolescents.The SASATS is easy to use and offers an effective scale for nurses and healthcare providers in clinical and academic settings. It can quickly measure and detect the psychological functioning of the social adjustment of adolescents with TS during interpersonal interactions. Moreover, interventions can be provided to improve adolescents' social adjustment and promote their mental health.
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