P-37 The Validity and Reliability of the Incontinence Impact Questionnaire and SF-36 for Stress Urinary Incontinence in Bangladesh Women Post Caesarean Section and Vaginal Delivery

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CONFERENCE: Celebration of Research and Creative Scholarship

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2012
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https://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/cor/2012/poster-session/2
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Walton, Lori Maria
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Physical Therapy
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Purpose: To determine the validity and reliability of IIQ-7 and SF-36 for use in Bangladeshi women. Subjects: (n=20) 20 women between the age of 18-54, living in Bangladesh and identified as having one or more births, either caesarean section or vaginal delivery within the last three years. Materials and Methods: Translation of the IIQ-7 and SF-36 was obtained by a certified Bengali language translator. IIQ-7 and SF-36 Bengali version were completed by 20 Bangladeshi women. Results: Test-retest reliability (ICC=.94-1.0) and internal consistency of both IIQ-7 and SF-36 (Cronbach’s alpha = .94-.99) were good. Conclusion: The Bengali translated SF-36 and IIQ-7 demonstrated good test-retest reliability, internal consistency, construct, concurrent, and convergent validity.