Cross-Cultural Adaptation of the Instrument “Nurse–Physician Relationship Survey: Impact of Disruptive Behavior in Patient Care” to the Spanish Context
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Author/sMoreno Leal, Pedro; Leal Costa, César; Díaz Agea, José Luis; Jiménez Ruiz, Ismael; Suarez Cortés, María; [et al.]
Abstract: Disruptive behavior in the healthcare context has an impact on patient care, healthcare personnel, and the health organization, and it also influences the therapeutic relationship, communication process, and adverse events. However, there is a lack of instruments that could be used for its analysis in the hospital care environment in the Spanish context. The objective of the study was to culturally adapt and perform a content validation of the tool “Nurse–Physician Relationship Survey: Impact of Disruptive Behavior on Patient Care”, to the Spanish content (Spain). An instrumental study was conducted, which included an analysis of conceptual and semantic equivalence. A panel of experts analyzed the translations, by analyzing the Content Validity Index (CVI) of the group of items in the scale through the Relevance Index (RI) and the Pertinence Index (PI). Only a single item obtained an RI value of 0.72, although with PI value of 0.81, with consensus reached for not deleting thi...