A A A
Manual Event (Session ID,DateTime,Event) = suk7okgj8o9hdbo80p77uf98je 20211028053100 /outcome-impact-indicator-bank/interpersonal/medical-social-services/

Medical Social Services

Well-established scales in the Hong Kong context

Friends’ rehabilitation
Function
Promoting hope, meaningfulness, connectedness
Relevance
Coping, empowerment, social integration, stress management
Target
Medical
Respondent
Patient
Feature
6 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.692
References

Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Esther Oi-wah Chow. 2010. Do You Buy Self-funded Prescribed Medicine? Hong Kong, China: St. James’ Settlement.

Friends’ adequacy of aid reception
Function
Promoting knowledge, capability, accountability
Relevance
Empowerment, consumerism, care planning
Target
Medical
Respondent
Patient
Feature
3 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.783
References

Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Esther Oi-wah Chow. 2010. Do You Buy Self-funded Prescribed Medicine? Hong Kong, China: St. James’ Settlement.

Friends’ functional disability
Function
Promoting health, role functioning, well-being
Relevance
Independence, functioning, caring
Target
Medical
Respondent
Patient
Feature
6 items in 2-point rating scale
Reliability
.817
References

Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Esther Oi-wah Chow. 2010. Do You Buy Self-funded Prescribed Medicine? Hong Kong, China: St. James’ Settlement.

Patients’ reception of social support: family
Function
Promoting well-being, health, self-esteem
Relevance
Social integration, attachment, exchange, social capital
Target
Medical
Respondent
Patient
Feature
4 items in 7-point rating scale
Reliability
.88
References

Zhou, Kaina, Hengxin Li, Xiaoli Wei, Juan Yin, Peifeng Liang, Hongmei Zhang, Lingling Kou, Mengmeng Hao, Lijuan You, Xiaomei Li and Guihua Zhuang. 2015. “Reliability and Validity of the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support in Chinese Mainland Patients with Methadone Maintenance Treatment.” Comprehensive Psychiatry 60:182-88.

Friends’ aid adequacy
Function
Promoting knowledge, capability, accountability
Relevance
Empowerment, consumerism, care planning
Target
Medical
Respondent
Patient
Feature
3 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.783
References

Cheung, Chau-kiu, and Esther Oi-wah Chow. 2010. Do You Buy Self-funded Prescribed Medicine? Hong Kong, China: St. James’ Settlement.

Friends’ Hospital Anxiety and Depression
Function
Promoting achievement, health, recourse, satisfaction
Relevance
Burden, helplessness, stress, tension
Target
Medical
Respondent
Patient
Feature
14 items in 4-point rating scale
Reliability
.85
References

Wang, W., Chair, S. Y., Thompson, D. R., & Twinn, S. F. (2009). A psychometric evaluation of the Chinese version of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in patients with coronary heart disease. Journal of clinical nursing, 18(13), 1908-1915.

Depression in friends with cancer
Function
Promoting achievement, health, recourse, satisfaction
Relevance
Burden, helplessness, stress, tension
Target
Medical
Respondent
Patient
Feature
9 items in 4-point rating scale
Reliability
.89
References

Hartung, Tim J, Friedrich, Michael, Johansen, Christoffer, Wittchen, Hans‐Ulrich, Faller, Herman, Koch, Uwe, . . . Mehnert, Anja. (2017). The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) and the 9‐item Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ‐9) as screening instruments for depression in patients with cancer. Cancer, 123(21), 4236-4243.

Friends’ Attitudes toward Physicians and Primary Medical Care
Function
Promoting achievement, health, recourse, satisfaction
Relevance
Burden, helplessness, stress, tension
Target
Medical
Respondent
Patient
Feature
5 items in 2-point rating scale
Reliability
.75
References

Barbara S. Hulka, Stephen J. Zyzanski, John C. Cassel, & Shirley J. Thompson. (1970). Scale for the Measurement of Attitudes toward Physicians and Primary Medical Care. Medical Care, 8(5), 429-436.

Friends’ Quality of Life in Alzheimer’s disease
Function
Promoting achievement, health, recourse, satisfaction
Relevance
Burden, helplessness, stress, tension
Target
Medical
Respondent
Patient
Feature
13 items in 4-point rating scale
Reliability
.86
References

Torisson, Gustav, Stavenow, Lars, Minthon, Lennart, & Londos, Elisabet. (2016). Reliability, validity and clinical correlates of the Quality of Life in Alzheimer’s disease (QoL-AD) scale in medical inpatients. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 14(1), 90.

Friend’s food avoidance belief: nutritious food
Function
Promoting health, caring, safety
Relevance
Treatment, therapy, medicine
Target
Medicine
Respondent
Patient
Feature
5 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.883
References

Yung, Tony K. C., Jean H. Kim, Sing-Fai Leung, Rebecca M. W. Yeung, Annette N. Y. Poon, Edmond W. C. Au, and Joseph T. F. Lau. 2019. “Food Avoidance Beliefs and Behaviors among Chinese Cancer Patients: Validation of a New Measurement Tool.” Journal of Nutrition Education & Behavior 51(2):162-172.

Food avoidance belief: specific food
Function
Promoting health, caring, safety
Relevance
Treatment, therapy, medicine
Target
Medicine
Respondent
Patient
Feature
5 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.877
References

Yung, Tony K. C., Jean H. Kim, Sing-Fai Leung, Rebecca M. W. Yeung, Annette N. Y. Poon, Edmond W. C. Au, and Joseph T. F. Lau. 2019. “Food Avoidance Beliefs and Behaviors among Chinese Cancer Patients: Validation of a New Measurement Tool.” Journal of Nutrition Education & Behavior 51(2):162-172.

Food avoidance belief: amount
Function
Promoting health, caring, safety
Relevance
Treatment, therapy, medicine
Target
Medicine
Respondent
Patient
Feature
5 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.939
References

Yung, Tony K. C., Jean H. Kim, Sing-Fai Leung, Rebecca M. W. Yeung, Annette N. Y. Poon, Edmond W. C. Au, and Joseph T. F. Lau. 2019. “Food Avoidance Beliefs and Behaviors among Chinese Cancer Patients: Validation of a New Measurement Tool.” Journal of Nutrition Education & Behavior 51(2):162-172.