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French validation of the Foot Function Index (FFI) / Claire Pourtier-Piotte in Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, Vol. 58 n° 5 (October 2015)
[article] French validation of the Foot Function Index (FFI) [texte imprimé] / Claire Pourtier-Piotte, Auteur ; Bruno Pereira, Auteur ; Martin Soubrier, Auteur . - 2015 . - p. 276-282.
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in Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine > Vol. 58 n° 5 (October 2015) . - p. 276-282
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Tags : Foot Rheumatoid arthritis Validation Functional impairment disability Résumé : Objective: French validation of the Foot Function Index (FFI), self-questionnaire designed to evaluate rheumatoid foot according to 3 domains: pain, disability and activity restriction.
Methods: The first step consisted of translation/back translation and cultural adaptation according to the validated methodology. The second stage was a prospective validation on 53 patients with rheumatoid arthritis who filled out the FFI. The following data were collected: pain (Visual Analog Scale), disability (Health Assessment Questionnaire) and activity restrictions (McMaster Toronto Arthritis questionnaire). A test/retest procedure was performed 15 days later. The statistical analyses focused on acceptability, internal consistency (Cronbach's alpha and Principal Component Analysis), test-retest reproducibility (concordance coefficients), external validity (correlation coefficients) and responsiveness to change.
Results: The FFI-F is a culturally acceptable version for French patients with rheumatoid arthritis. The Cronbach's alpha ranged from 0.85 to 0.97. Reproducibility was correct (correlation coefficients>0.56). External validity and responsiveness to change were good.
Conclusion: The use of a rigorous methodology allowed the validation of the FFI in the French language (FFI-F). This tool can be used in routine practice and clinical research for evaluating the rheumatoid foot. The FFI-F could be used in other pathologies with foot-related functional impairments.
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