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In this study, we have translated and cross-culturally adapted the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-Lung (FACT-L) version 4 into Korean, and we have evaluated its reliability and validity. The FACT-L version 4 was translated into Korean following the standard Functional Assessment of Chronic Illness Therapy (FACIT) translation methodology. The(More)
We evaluated the reliability and validity of the Pediatric Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-Childhood Brain Tumor Survivor Questionnaire (pedsFACT-BrS, Version 2). This was specifically directed to patients aged 13 years and older (adolescents). The pedsFACT-BrS was translated and cross-culturally adapted into Korean, following standard Functional(More)
We undertook to translate and cross-culturally adapt the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-Bone Marrow Transplantation (FACT-BMT) scale Version 4, an assessment tool for BMT patients’ quality of life (QoL). The translation procedure followed the standard Functional Assessment of Chronic Illness Therapy (FACIT) translation methodology. At baseline,(More)
We evaluated the reliability and validity of the Pediatric Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-Childhood Brain Tumor Survivor version 2.0 (pedsFACT-BrS; patient version for grade school children aged 7–12 years). After translating and cross-culturally adapting it into Korean, the psychometric properties of the pedsFACT-BrS were evaluated in 148(More)
OBJECTIVE This study had two main goals: to examine the structure of co-occurring peer bullying experiences among adolescents in South Korea from the perspective of victims and to determine the effects of bullying on suicidal behavior, including suicidal ideation and suicide attempts, among adolescents. METHOD This study used data gathered from 4,410(More)
In the last few decades, changing socioeconomic and family structures have increasingly left children alone without adult supervision. Carefully prepared and limited periods of unsupervised time are not harmful for children. However, long unsupervised periods have harmful effects, particularly for those children at high risk for inattention and problem(More)
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