Psychometric evaluation of the Offspring Cancer Needs Instrument (OCNI): an instrument to assess the psychosocial unmet needs of young people who have a parent with cancer

@article{Patterson2013PsychometricEO,
  title={Psychometric evaluation of the Offspring Cancer Needs Instrument (OCNI): an instrument to assess the psychosocial unmet needs of young people who have a parent with cancer},
  author={Pandora Patterson and Fiona E J McDonald and Phyllis Butow and Kelly J. White and Daniel S. J. Costa and Angela Pearce and Melanie L Bell},
  journal={Supportive Care in Cancer},
  year={2013},
  volume={21},
  pages={1927-1938}
}
PurposeThe current study sought to establish the psychometric properties of the revised Offspring Cancer Needs Instrument (OCNI) when completed by a large sample of young people impacted by parental cancer recruited from multiple settings.MethodsThe psychometric properties were evaluated with 256 young people aged between 12 and 24 who had a parent or primary caregiver diagnosed with any type or stage of cancer within the last 5 years and who was still living. Exploratory factor analysis was… CONTINUE READING

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