Cross-cultural adaptation, reliability and validity of the Cantonese-Chinese version of the Cumberland Ankle Instability Tool (CAIT-HK)
Refereed conference paper presented and published in conference proceedings


摘要Introduction: This study aimed to translate, cross-culturally adapt and validate the Cumberland Ankle Instability Tool
(CAIT) to Cantonese-Chinese for the Hong Kong population to identify chronic ankle instability (CAI).

Methods: The CAIT was cross-culturally adapted into Cantonese-Chinese following internationally accepted guidelines. It was renamed the Cumberland Ankle Instability Tool-Hong Kong (CAIT-HK). 46 dancers who were native Cantonese speakers completed the CAIT-HK. The questionnaire was assessed for internal consistency, test-retest reliability and validity. It was validated against the Foot and Ankle Outcome score (FAOS). A cut-off score was determined.

Results: For internal consistency, CAIT-HK showed a Cronbach’s α value of 0.726. For test-retest reliability, intraclass
correlation coefficient was 0.874. Construct validity against the FAOS was significant. A cut-off score of 20.5 (sensitivity: 0.90, specificity: 0.86, Youden’s index: 76.1) was determined to differentiate stable from unstable ankle.

Discussion and Conclusion: The original English CAIT was successfully translated, cross-culturally adapted and validated into Cantonese-Chinese. CAIT-HK may be a useful tool for assessing CAI in individuals in Hong Kong.
著者Jasmine Yat Ning Hui, Vivian Wai Ting Chui, Anson Hei Ka Tong, Daniel Tik Pui Fong, Wai Wang Chau, Patrick Shu Hang Yung, Samuel Ka Kin Ling
會議名稱The Hong Kong Orthopaedic Association 41st Annual Congress 2021
會議地點Hong Kong
會議論文集題名The Hong Kong Orthopaedic Association 41st Annual Congress 2021
出版社HKAM Press
出版地Hong Kong
頁次95 - 95
關鍵詞Ankle Instability

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