MEASURING HEALTH AND DISABILITY OF UKRAINIAN MILITARY CADETS – TRANSLATION AND CROSS-CULTURAL ADAPTATION OF THE WHODAS 2.0
The aim of the study was to carry out cross-c ultural adaptation and validation of the Ukrainian version of WHODAS 2.0.
Materials and methods. The World Health Organization (WHO) gave the Lviv State University of Physical Culture permission to translate and distribute WHODAS 2.0. (36 items for self- administered). The questionnaire was translated according to the WHO protocol. The discussion of terminology used in the Ukrainian version of the questionnaire, compliance with the cultural characteristics of the Ukrainian-s peaking population and professional expertise involved practicing rehabilitation experts who also have experience in scientific work.
The translated questionnaire was tested among 256 cadets of the higher military Academy.
Assessment of the level of disability (WHODAS 2.0), quality of life (MOS-SF-36) and the presence of complaints of injuries and pain during training. Also, correlations between the evaluated indicators were analyzed.
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