Development and validation of an instrument to evaluate interventions in relation to Health Promotion principles
Keywords:Health Promotion, Validity tools, Survey, Health Care
Objective: Propose and analyze the validity of an instrument to assess the proximity of interventions with the principles of the National Health Promotion Policy in Brazil. Methods: A development and validation study was carried out, from the assessment of the instrument by the target audience (health workers - 20 subjects in the analysis of the first version, 19 in the final version and 31 for analysis of reliability) and 12 experts (content evaluation). The Content Validity Index, Cronbach's alpha and intraclass correlation coefficient were used in the analysis. Results: The adequacy (89.9%) and clarity (82.5%) were adequate. The internal consistency was α = 0.80. The test-retest correlation was 0.93. Conclusion: The instrument showed acceptable validity and reliability and can be used for the evaluation of Health Promotion interventions.
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