Validación de los marcadores de vulnerabilidad de los lactantes para las disfunciones en su desarrollo socioemocional

Translated title of the contribution: Validation of vulnerability markers of dysfunctions in the socioemotional development of infants

Daniel Ignacio da Silva, Débora Falleiros de Mello, Renata Ferreira Takahashi, Cody Stonewall Hollist, Verônica de Azevedo Mazza, Maria de La Ó.Ramallo Veríssimo

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Abstract

Objectives: to validate the vulnerability markers of dysfunctions in the socioemotional development of infants. Methods: study with a sequential exploratory mixed-method design. The vulnerability markers elaborated in the qualitative phase were analyzed by experts in the quantitative phase using the Delphi technique with a minimum consensus of 70%. Seventeen judges answered the questionnaire in the first round of analysis and 11 answered in the second round. Results: in the first round, two markers did not reach minimum consensus: the presence of instability in family relationships (66%) and delinquency and/or drug abuse by parents/caregivers (65%). In the second round, all markers were validated, with more than 90% agreement in most of the attributes, and reached the minimum consensus of 73%. Conclusion: the eight vulnerability markers reached the minimum consensus for validation, and a relevant instrument for infant care can be developed after assessing the reliability and clinically validating these markers.

Translated title of the contributionValidation of vulnerability markers of dysfunctions in the socioemotional development of infants
Original languageSpanish
Article numbere3087
JournalRevista latino-americana de enfermagem
Volume26
DOIs
StatePublished - 2018

Keywords

  • Child Development
  • Development Disorders
  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Health Vulnerability
  • Infant
  • Pediatric Nursing
  • Pervasive

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Nursing(all)

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