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Language

English

Description

The Cardiff Acne Disability Index (CADI) is an acne-specific measure designed to assess the impact of the condition on mood and social function.

Abstract

The Cardiff Acne Disability Index (CADI) is derived from the longer version of the Acne Disability Index. It shows good psychometric properties with validation tested in a Chinese student population. Internal consistency had a Cronbach's alpha of 0.763. For test-retest reliability test, the correlation of the first and second administration was strong (gammas=0.795, P<0.001) and the intra-class correlation coefficient was satisfactory (0.784, P<0.001). For more information, please see: Law MP, Chuh AA, Lee A, (2009). Validation of a Chinese version of the Cardifi Acne Disability Index. Hong Kong Med J, 15(1), 12-7.

Authors

R J Motley, A Y Finlay

Characteristics

Domains Health-related quality of life
Target Population

Adults and adolescents

Evaluated via ORE No
Conditions Acne
Contexts Clinical Assessment, General Research

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Author email FinlayAY@cf.ac.uk
Author website http://www.dermatology.org.uk/quality/dlqi/quality-dlqi.html