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Acronym
GHQ-12

Description
The General Health Questionnaire (GHQ) is a screening device for identifying minor psychiatric disorders in the general population and within community or non-psychiatric clinical settings such as primary care or general medical out-patients. Suitable for all ages from adolescent upwards – not children, it assesses the respondent’s current state and asks if that differs from his or her usual state. It is therefore sensitive to short-term psychiatric disorders but not to long-standing attributes of the respondent. The self-administered questionnaire focuses on two major areas: The inability to carry out normal functions The appearance of new and distressing phenomena. This version of the GHQ is very quick to administer and score as it contains only 12 questions. It has comparable psychometric properties to the longer versions even though it only takes around two minutes to complete. Given its speed of administration, it is often used in research studies where it is impractical to administer a longer form. The GHQ-12 was prepared by removing the items endorsed by ‘physically ill’ respondents from the GHQ-60. Items were then divided into those in which agreement indicated either health or illness. Within each group, items were selected which had the highest slopes in the original item analysis. The GHQ-12 yields only an overall total score.

Area of assessment
Mental health.

Condition
Psychiatric, Community.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
El-Rufaie,O. E. 1997 Both primary health care patients United Arab Emirates
157 Contact Author
El-Rufaie,O. E. 1996 Both primary health care patients United Arab Emirates
157 Free
Daradkeh, T. K. 2011 healthy 157
El-Rufaie,O. E. 1999 20 - 75 Both non-hypertensive Type 2 Diabetic United Arab Emirates
71 Free

Acronym
WTQ

Description
The WTQ is an adaptation of the modified Fagerstrom Tolerance Questionnaire (mFTQ; Prokhorov et al., 1996), It is used to measure self-reported level of nicotine dependence among waterpipe users.

Area of assessment
Addiction, Behavior.

Condition
Health, Pulmonary.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Alzyoud, S. 2015 11 - 18 Both students Jordan
333

Acronym
SAS

Description
The Student Alienation Scale was developed by Çağlar (2012) to measure the level of alienation of students. Alienation refers generally to isolation and withdrawal from an environment, people, a social group or society with which one interacts. The scale consists of 4 sub-dimensions and 20 items. These sub-dimensions are powerlessness, normlessness, meaninglessness and isolation. 11 of 20 items contain statements on presence of alienation and the remaining 9 items contain statements on lack of alienation.

Area of assessment
Beliefs, Knowledge/attitude, Perception.

Condition
School.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Abadallah, T. 1997 14 - 21 healthy students Palestine
574 Contact Author

Acronym
AKPS

Description
The Anterior Knee Pain Scale (AKPS) – sometimes called the Kujala Scale (Kujala et al 1993) is a 13-item knee-specific self-report questionnaire. It documents response to six activities thought to be associated specifically with anterior knee pain syndrome (walking, running, jumping, climbing stairs, squatting, and sitting for prolonged periods with knees bent), as well as symptoms such as limp, inability to weight bear through the affected limb, swelling, abnormal patellar movement, muscle atrophy and limitation of knee flexion. The AKPS asks about duration of symptoms and limb(s) affected. The maximum score is 100 and lower scores indicate greater pain/disability. Scoring is hierarchical using various types of categorisation including ‘no difficulty – unable’ and ‘no pain – severe pain.’ Some sections incorporate grading of the distance able to be walked or run without pain. The section on stair climbing distinguishes those with pain only on descending stairs from those who experience pain both ascending and descending. (Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 2009 Vol. 55 )

Area of assessment
Function/disability/performance, Pain.

Condition
Orthopedic /rheumatology, Rehabilitation.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Alshehri, A. 2017 18 - 45 Both Patellofemoral pain syndrome Saudi Arabia
40 Free

Acronym
ASI

Description
Scale to measure insomnia. Participants are requested to respond to each item on a 5 point scale as follows: 0: No, 1: A little, 2: Moderate, 3: Much, and 4: Very much. They were instructed to answer the ASI items according to their subjective evaluation, on the basis of their perceived severity during the past month. The total score can range from O to 48, and a high score denotes high insomnia.

Area of assessment
Sleep/insomnia.

Condition
Health, Psychiatric.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Abdel-Khalek, A. M. 2008 Non-clinical secondary school students, college students, employees Kuwait
8501

Acronym
ASMH

Description
A generic screening measure and research tool for mental health for adults and adolescents. It has 40 brief statements plus 10 filler items. with six components labeled: satisfaction, self-confidence, optimism, enjoyment, meaningful life, and stability.

Area of assessment
Mental health.

Condition
Psychiatric.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Abdel-Khalek, A. M. 2012 19 - 32 Both college students Kuwait
468
Abdel-Khalek, A. M. 2012 18 - 32 Both college students Kuwait
321
Abdel-Khalek, A. M. 2011 15 - 71 Both healthy Kuwait
3619

Acronym
ACTP

Description
A tool intended to identify areas of strength and need in use of a computer, evaluate the efticiency of different assistive devices, and evaluate progress after a training period. The test objectively measures performance on standardized, representative, and realistic computer tasks. It includes keyboard, mouse, and writing tasks. The tasks are designed to assess all keyboard and mouse actions performed during computer use. There is a child and an adult version(Dumont, C, Vincent, C, & Mazer, B. , 2002).

Area of assessment
Function/disability/performance.

Condition
Orthopedic /rheumatology, School.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Danial-Saad, A. 2012 6 - 21 Both Moderate Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Palestine
30

Acronym
BDI

Description
A 21-question multiple-choice self-report inventory measuring the severity of depression. Three versions exist, the original BDI, later revised as the BDI-1A, and the BDI-II, published in 1996. The BDI-II is designed for individuals aged 13 and over,

Area of assessment
Depresssion, Mental health.

Condition
Psychiatric.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Abdel-Khalek, A 1998 Not available Egypt
Kuwait
Lebanon
Saudi Arabia
Naja, S. 2019 15 - 46 Female pregnant women Qatar
128 Not available

Acronym
CAARMS

Description
The CAARMS is an instrument that assesses psychopathology characteristic of the prodromal phase of psychotic disorders and may therefore indicate impending onset of psychosis. It is used to determine whether a person meets the UHR criteria and psychotic transition. This is a semi-structured interview consisting of seven subscales: positive symptoms, cognitive symptoms, emotional disturbances, negative symptoms, behavioural changes, physical or motor changes, and general psychopathology. Each of these subscales is scored for severity and frequency. The scores in each subscale range from 0 to 6. The CAARMS is also used to determine the existence of a temporal relationship between symptoms and the use of substances, as well as the date of onset and end of symptoms, therefore the duration of each subcategory of symptoms. (v et al, 2014)

Area of assessment
Mental health.

Condition
Psychiatric.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Braham, A. 2014 16 - 30 Both healthy and patients Tunisia
58 Contact Author

Acronym
CCFSS

Description
A proxy measure for patient satisfaction with care received in the ICU through the appraisal of satisfactory patient care and the fulfillment of the family member’s psychological and informational needs. The measure has five subscales: Assurance, Information, Proximity, Support, and Comfort.

Area of assessment
Health service, Satisfaction/patient experience.

Condition
Intensive Care.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Brown, A. 2008 18 - above Both relatives of patients who had been cared for in an intensive care unit for 24 hrs or more Saudi Arabia
76

Acronym
Not available

Description
Screening questionnaire for epilepsy

Area of assessment
Symptoms.

Condition
Neurology.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
El Tallawy, H. N. 2016 Both Epilepsy Egypt
205

Acronym
ELCSA

Description
The Latin American and Caribbean Food Security Scale (ELCSA ) is a food security questionnaire. The instrument measures access to food.

Area of assessment
Nutrition.

Condition
Community, Family/caregiver.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Al-Ghadban, F. 2012 focus groups 30

Acronym
Not available

Description
An overall measure of neuroticism found to have two interpretable factors: General neuroticism and Sleep problems and tension.

Area of assessment
anxiety, Depresssion, Mental health, Sleep/insomnia.

Condition
Psychiatric.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Abdel-Khalek, A. M. 2009 Both school and university students 2783

Acronym
GHQ-28

Description
The General Health Questionnaire-28 is a self-administered screening device for identifying minor psychiatric disorders in the general population and within community or non-psychiatric clinical settings. Suitable ages from adolescent and above – not suitable for children, It assesses the respondent’s current state and asks if that differs from his or her usual state. It is therefore sensitive to short-term psychiatric disorders but not to long-standing attributes of the respondent. It focuses on two major areas: The inability to carry out normal functions and the appearance of new and distressing phenomena.

Area of assessment
Mental health.

Condition
Psychiatric.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Alhamad, A. 1998 14 - 70 Both primary care clinic patients Saudi Arabia
60 Contact Author

Acronym
IGD - 20

Description
The IGD-20 Test is a 20-item scale used to assess IGD based on the nine criteria set by the DSM-5 that also map to Griffith’s six component model of addiction. The DSM-5 proposed nine criteria to be included in the diagnosis of IGD: ‘‘(a) preoccupation with games; (b) withdrawal symptoms when gaming is taken away; (c) tolerance, resulting in the need to spend increasing amounts of time engaged in games; (d) unsuccessful attempts to control participation in games; (e) loss of interest in previous hobbies and entertainment as a result of, and with the exception of, games; (f) continued excessive use of games, despite knowledge of psychosocial problems; (g) deceiving family members, therapists, or others regarding the amount of gaming; (h) use of games to escape or relieve negative moods; and (i) jeopardizing or losing a significant relationship, job, or education or career opportunity because of participation in games.’’.

Area of assessment
Addiction, Behavior, Mental health, Social.

Condition
Psychiatric.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Hawi, N. S. 2017 o

Acronym
MOCI

Description
The MOCI is a self-report questionnaire used to evaluate the type of obsessive-compulsive symptoms and discriminating obsessive patients from other neurotic patients and from nonclinical subjects. The test is composed of 30 dichotomous items, The original version has four subscales: Checking (9 items), Cleaning (11 items), Slowness (7 items), and Doubting (7 items)

Area of assessment
Mental health.

Condition
Psychiatric.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Abdel-Khalek, A. M. 1999 Both healthy Kuwait
159

Acronym
MusiQoL

Description
The MUSIQOL was co-developed in 15 countries to assess the quality of life of patients with Multiple Sclerosis. Several Arabic versions distributed by Mapi Research Trust .

Area of assessment
Quality of life.

Condition
Neurology.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Trevin, A. 2011 Both Multiple Sclerosis Saudi Arabia
Egypt
Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Morocco
Tunisia
Pay

Acronym
MSQOL-54

Description
The MSQOL-54 is a multidimensional health-related quality of life measure that combines both generic and MS-specific items into a single instrument. (Vickrey et al, 1995) (Vickrey et al, 1997) The developers utilized the SF-36 as the generic component to which 18 items were added to tap MS-specific issues such as fatigue, cognitive function, etc. This 54-item instrument generates 12 subscales along with two summary scores, and two additional single-item measures. The subscales are: physical function, role limitations-physical, role limitations-emotional, pain, emotional well-being, energy, health perceptions, social function, cognitive function, health distress, overall quality of life, and sexual function. The summary scores are the physical health composite summary and the mental health composite summary. The single item measures are satisfaction with sexual function and change in health. (www.nationalmssociety.org)

Area of assessment
Quality of life.

Condition
Neurology.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
El Alaoui Taoussi, K. 2012 Both Multiple Sclerosis Morocco
78

Acronym
PASS

Description
PASS is a measure of occupational performance of daily life tasks.It is a client-centered, performance-based, criterion-reference, observational tool that assists occupational therapy practitioners to objectively document occupational performance and plan occupation-based interventions for adolescent, adult, and older adult populations in a variety of settings.

Area of assessment
Activities of daily living, Function/disability/performance.

Condition
Rehabilitation.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Hamed, R. 2012 o Jordan

Acronym
CL-FODS

Description
The Collett-Lester Fear of Death Scale (CL-FODS) is used in assessing attitudes toward death and the process of dying for both oneself and others. It is organised into four separate subscales: Fear of Death of Self, Fear of Dying of Self, Fear of Death of Others, and Fear of Dying of Others. The first version of the CL-FODS (Collett & Lester, 1969) contained 36 items, with a different number of items for each of the subscales (9, 10, 6, and 11 items, respectively). Later, Lester (1990, 1994) presented a revised version in which all the subscales had 8 items. In a more recent study, Lester and Abdel-Khalek (2003) have undertaken a correction of the scale by eliminating a clearly deviate item on the ‘‘Death of Others’’ subscale that reduced the reliability of the scale. They also eliminated an item with a lower item-total correlation on each of the other three subscales in order for all of them to have 7 items each.

Area of assessment
Beliefs, Mental health, anxiety.

Condition
Psychiatric.

Age Group
Other

Literature on Arabic translation/validation of measure
Author/link to article Publication year Population Sample Size Access to measure
Age Gender Condition Country
Abdel-Khalek, A. M. 2004 Female Undergraduates Kuwait
209



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