ADAPTATION OF A BREASTFEEDING MOTIVATIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL MEASUREMENT SCALE INTO A THAI CULTURAL SETTING

Lesley Dornan, Marlene Sinclair, George Kernohan, Doreen Stockdale, Varangthip Khuwuthyakorn, Fuanglada Tongprasert, Watcharee Tantiprapa

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The aim of this study was to achieve a Thai version of a breastfeeding motivational instructional measurement scale. Methods: Following WHO translation and adaptation guidelines the breastfeeding scale was adapted into a Thai cultural setting and pilot-tested in an urban University hospital. Findings: The scale correctly measured the motivational constructs. Pre-testing of the Thai version showed the initial translation of the scale was too literal and required more clarity in the instructions. Some women found the 51 items scale too long and complicated. Cultural values influenced their understanding of concepts and their responses to the questions. Lessons learned for the adaptation of other behaviour measurement tools include a well-defined process and the value of the involvement of experts, staff and mothers in the process for additional insight into cultural adaptation process. Conclusions: Successful adaptation of a breastfeeding measurement scale requires a rigorous process, a clear understanding of the cultural setting and stakeholder involvement to ensure validity, reliability and effectiveness.
LanguageEnglish
Pages16-22
JournalInternational Proceedings of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Volume2
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 3 Dec 2014

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  • Breastfeeding
  • Motivation
  • Measurement tool
  • Culture
  • Translation
  • Systematic approach
  • Stakeholder.

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Dornan, L., Sinclair, M., Kernohan, G., Stockdale, D., Khuwuthyakorn, V., Tongprasert, F., & Tantiprapa, W. (2014). ADAPTATION OF A BREASTFEEDING MOTIVATIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL MEASUREMENT SCALE INTO A THAI CULTURAL SETTING. 2(1), 16-22.
Dornan, Lesley ; Sinclair, Marlene ; Kernohan, George ; Stockdale, Doreen ; Khuwuthyakorn, Varangthip ; Tongprasert, Fuanglada ; Tantiprapa, Watcharee. / ADAPTATION OF A BREASTFEEDING MOTIVATIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL MEASUREMENT SCALE INTO A THAI CULTURAL SETTING. 2014 ; Vol. 2, No. 1. pp. 16-22.
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Ismail, T. and Z. Sulaiman, 2010. Reliability and validity of a Malay-version questionnaire assessing knowledge of breastfeeding. Malays J Med Sci, 17(3): 32-39. Kramer, M. and R. Kakuma, 2012. Optimal duration of exclusive breastfeeding. Cochrane DB Syst Rev, 8: CD003517. [Accessed 21 Sept 2014]. DOI 10.1002/14651858.CD.003517.pub2. McCarter-Spaulding, D. and R. Gore, 2009. Breastfeeding self-efficacy in women of African descent. JOGNN, 38: 230-243. [Accessed 21 Sept 2014]. DOI 10.1111/j.1552-6909.2009.01011.x. McInnes, R. and J. Chambers, 2008. Supporting breastfeeding mothers: Qualitative synthesis. J Adv Nurs, 62(4): 407-427. DOI 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2008.04618.x. Mitra, A., A. Khoury, C. Carothers and C. Foretich, 2003. The loving support breastfeeding campaign: Awareness and practices of health care providers in Mississippi. JOGNN, 32(6): 753-760. Racine, E., K. Frick, D. Strobino, L. Carpenter, R. Milligan and L. Pugh, 2009. 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Motivational interviewing to promote sustained breastfeeding. JOGNN, 35(3): 340-348. World Health Organisation, 2014. Comprehensive implementation plan on maternal, infant and young child nutrition. World health organisation. Geneva. Available from http://www.who.int/nutrition/publications/CIP_document/en/ [Accessed 22 Sept 2014]. International Proceedings of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2014, 2(1): 16-22 22 World Health Organisation, 2014. Management of substance abuse: Process of translation and adaptation of instruments. Available from http://www.who.int/substance_abuse/research_tools/translation/en/ [Accessed 18 Feb 2013]. World Health Organisation, 2014. The world health organisation‟s infant feeding recommendation. Available from http://www.who.int/nutrition/topics/infantfeeding_recommendation/en/ [Accessed 20 Sept 2014]. World Health Organization, 2002. Complementary feeding: Report of the global consultation, and summary of guiding principles for complementary feeding of the breastfed child. Geneva. Available from http://apps.who.int/gb/archive/pdf_files/WHA55/ea5515.pdf?ua=1 [Accessed 23 Oct 2012]. Wutke, K. and C. Dennis, 2007. The reliability and validity of the polish version of the breastfeeding selfefficacy scale-short form: Translation and psychometric assessment. Int J Nusr Stud, 44(8): 1439- 1446.

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Dornan L, Sinclair M, Kernohan G, Stockdale D, Khuwuthyakorn V, Tongprasert F et al. ADAPTATION OF A BREASTFEEDING MOTIVATIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL MEASUREMENT SCALE INTO A THAI CULTURAL SETTING. 2014 Dec 3;2(1):16-22.