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ItemCross-cultural adaptation and validation of the brazilian version of the Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnaire(2013-07) Toledo, Flávia Oliveira; Barros, Patrícia de Sá; Herdman, Michael; Vilagut, Gemma; Reis, Geraldo C.; Alonso, Jordi; Sobreira, Cláudia Ferreira da RosaContext. Chronic pain is a common complaint among patients with muscular disease. The Wisconsin Brief Pain Questionnaire (WBPQ) has been used to quantify pain severity and pain interference with daily functions. Objectives. To translate the WBPQ for use with Brazilian patients and to evaluate the psychometric properties of the adaptation. Methods. We conducted a cross-cultural adaptation of the original English version of the WBPQ for use in Brazil (WBPQ-B) and evaluated the psychometric properties of the adapted version. The original questionnaire was translated, evaluated by an expert panel, pilot tested in 40 patients, and back-translated. Subsequently, the tool was administered, in a cross-sectional study, to 100 adult patients who had muscular disease and were being attended to at our university hospital. Results. We performed a confirmatory factor analysis and assessed the reliability and validity of the questionnaire (Appendix). The two-factor structure (pain intensity and pain interference) was confirmed satisfactorily. Internal consistency for both scales was adequate (Cronbach’s alpha ¼ 0.74 and 0.79, respectively), as was the interrater stability (intraclass correlation coefficients ¼ 0.88 and 0.92, respectively). Convergent validity with the 36-Item Short Form Health Survey was supported by confirmation of a priori hypotheses of negative and satisfactory correlations between the WBPQ-B and some of the 36-Item Short Form Health Survey domains. The pain interference scale correlated higher with the mental summary component. Known-group validity analysis showed that the pain intensity items and scale of the WBPQ-B were higher in the groups where patients with exercise intolerance were concentrated.Conclusion. We found the WBPQ-B to be a reliable and valid instrument for pain assessment of Brazilians who have muscular disease. The survey presents similar psychometric properties to the original version. J Pain Symptom Manage 2013;46:121e130. 2013 U.S. Cancer Pain Relief Committee. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. ItemGestão de pessoas no serviço público: um estudo de caso na Universidade Federal de Goiás - Campus Jataí(2013-10) Carmo, Simone Rezende do; Leite, Ramon Silva; Barros, Patrícia de SáThis work it is a case study conducted at the Campus Jataí of the Federal University of Goiás, in order to analyze the perception of technical and administrative staff regarding policies for managing people, with regard to remuneration, working conditions and interpersonal relations. We carried out a census, with 55 of those servers, and a semi-structured interview with the manager of the institution. The results showed that the majority are women, young people up to 35 years, with institutional bond of up to three years in classes D and E, with college graduates and satisfaction scores of interpersonal relationships predominating over pay and working conditions. Finally, these results have diagnosed the need to implement policies strategic people management to improve pay, working conditions and interpersonal relationships developed by the institution. ItemPercepção do estudante de graduação sobre o ambiente acadêmico da UFG: análise fatorial e de cluster(2015) Silveira, Everton Wirbitzki da; Verdu, Victor Souza Martins e; Castro, Rosangela Nunes Almeida de; Seraphin, José Carlos; Barros, Patrícia de SáThis paper presents the results of the use of factor analysis and cluster based on the perception of undergraduate students related to the academic environment of the Federal University of Goiás (UFG). The first method, namely factor analysis allows to identify five factors extracted from the 19 issues examined from a total of 26 questions once answered by students at the time of enrollment in the second half of 2013. Moreover the second method, cluster analysis, segmented eight groups for the 106 courses of UFG, allowing to note that in some areas there is a predominant groupings of health, information sciences and engineering, leading the conclusion that students have similar perceptions as their area of knowledge, even varying the campuses they have attend classes. ItemO processo do autocuidado dos portadores de diabetes Mellitus de Jataí/Go(2013-10) Pessuti, Lucila Ferri; Pessuti, Fernando; Lemos, Cristiane Lopes Simão; Barros, Patrícia de SáThe aim of the study was to analyze the process of self-care in type 2 diabetics enrolled in Education Program and Control in Diabetes Mellitus Jataí/GO. Collecting testimonials, through semi-structured interview was conducted. The discussions were transcribed and subjected to content analysis according to thematic analysis of Bardin, resulting in three categories: knowledge of the disease, and practical difficulties in the process of self-care and the role of self-care PECDM. The results showed that the participants have knowledge of the concept, treatment and complications of DM and mentioned that the balanced diet, regular exercise, medication, glucose monitoring, and use of alternative therapies are part of selfcare, but note that there are some factors that may hinder the achievement of self-care and socioeconomic difficulties, emotional state, lack of family support and disability in purchasing the drugs. The program has contributed satisfactorily to perform self-care through multidisciplinary care, compliance with the ordinance that ensures the inputs and medicines, educational activities and social groups, but it was also found difficulty in medical consultation and problems in the therapeutic relationship. Therefore, it emphasizes the importance of this study to the discussion of the educational approach in the process of self-care in diabetics and among the different possibilities of realizing it, highlighting the issue of the bond and listening, in order to provide a better ratio of patients with the disease.