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Manual Event (Session ID,DateTime,Event) = 1g2gke733ob1ri37hkid3vjcna 20211202175501 /tag/well-being/

Tag: well-being

Friends’ meaning in life
Function
Promoting well-being, mental health, civic engagement, volunteerism
Relevance
Personal well-being, social well-being, social integration
Target
Anyone
Respondent
Anyone
Feature
10 items in 7-point rating scale
Reliability
Presence subscale: .85
Search subscale: .75
References

Chan, W. C. H. 2014. “Factor structure of the Chinese Version of the Meaning in Life Questionnaire in Hong Kong Chinese Caregivers.” Health & Social Work 39(3): 135-143.

Chan, W. C. H. 2017. “Assessing meaning in life in social work practice: Validation of Meaning in Life Questionnaire among clinical samples.” British Journal of Social Work 47(1): 9–27.

Satisfaction of residents in the community
Function
Monitoring residential quality, improvement, facility adequacy
Relevance
Settlement, aspiration, adaptation
Target
Community
Respondent
Resident
Feature
4 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.861
References

Kwan, Yui-huen, Man-hung Ngan, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Kun Ma. 2002. Effectiveness Enhancement of the Kwun Tong Community Care and Support Network Project─Research Report. Hong Kong: Department of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong.

Segal, Steven P., Dina Redman, and Carol Silverman. 2000. “Measuring Clients’ Satisfaction with Self-help Agencies.” Psychiatric Services 51(9):1148-1152.

Meaning in life
Function
Promoting well-being, mental health, civic engagement, volunteerism
Relevance
Personal well-being, social well-being, social integration
Target
Anyone
Respondent
Anyone
Feature
10 items in 7-point rating scale
Reliability
Presence subscale: .85
Search subscale: .75
References

Chan, W. C. H. 2014. “Factor structure of the Chinese Version of the Meaning in Life Questionnaire in Hong Kong Chinese Caregivers.” Health & Social Work 39(3): 135-143.

Chan, W. C. H. 2017. “Assessing meaning in life in social work practice: Validation of Meaning in Life Questionnaire among clinical samples.” British Journal of Social Work 47(1): 9–27.

Health
Function
Promoting mental health, activities, caregiver well-being
Relevance
Healthy aging, productive aging, functioning
Target
Elderly
Respondent
Elder
Feature
6 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.705
References

Kwan, Alex Yui-huen, Chau-kiu Cheung, Raymond Man-hung Ngan, Sik Hung Ng, Anna Lau, Edward Man-fuk Leung, and Sophia Siu-chee Chan. 2003. Assessment, Validation, and Promotion for the Quality of Life and Continuum of Care of Elderly People in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Department of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong.

Lam, Cindy L.K., I.J. Lauder, T.P. Lam, and B. Gandek. 1999. “Population Based Norming of the Chinese (HK) Version of the SF-36 Health Survey.” Hong Kong Practitioner 21:460-470.

Stewart, Anita L., and John E. Ware, Jr. 1993. Measuring Functioning and Well-being: The Medical Outcomes Study Approach. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Satisfaction
Function
Monitoring residential quality, improvement, facility adequacy
Relevance
Settlement, aspiration, adaptation
Target
Community
Respondent
Resident
Feature
4 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.861
References

Kwan, Yui-huen, Man-hung Ngan, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Kun Ma. 2002. Effectiveness Enhancement of the Kwun Tong Community Care and Support Network Project─Research Report. Hong Kong: Department of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong.

Segal, Steven P., Dina Redman, and Carol Silverman. 2000. “Measuring Clients’ Satisfaction with Self-help Agencies.” Psychiatric Services 51(9):1148-1152.

Mental health
Function
Promoting commitment, achievement, morality
Relevance
Life monitoring, social participation, utilitarianism
Target
Youth
Respondent
Youth
Feature
8 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.901
References

Ngai, Steven Sek-yum, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Chi-tat Chan. 2019. Report of Cyber Youth Outreach. Hong Kong, China: Boys & Girls’ Club Association, Caritas Hong Kong, and Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups.

Lam, Cindy L.K., I.J. Lauder, T.P. Lam, and B. Gandek. 1999. “Population Based Norming of the Chinese (HK) Version of the SF-36 Health Survey.” Hong Kong Practitioner 21:460-470.