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Assessing the evaluative properties of the Child Oral Health Quality of Life Questionnaire (COHQoL) in the context of orthodontic treatment.

Monica Malhotra

Assessing the evaluative properties of the Child Oral Health Quality of Life Questionnaire (COHQoL) in the context of orthodontic treatment.

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To establish its evaluative properties, patients from the Graduate Orthodontic Clinic, University of Toronto and their parents, were selected to complete the Child Oral Health Questionnaire---an oral health-related quality of life (OHRQoL) measure---both before commencement and after completion of the child"s orthodontic treatment. The initial malocclusion and final orthodontic result were assessed using two occlusal indices (PAR and DAI) to determine normative orthodontic need. Statistical analyses were conducted to establish significant correlations and to evaluate the questionnaire"s properties.It was concluded that although the overall sample size was small, the questionnaires showed evidence of longitudinal construct validity and responsiveness, and an ability to detect a positive change from pre- to post-orthodontic treatment. There also seemed to be a positive correlation between normative orthodontic need and impact on OHRQoL, although not statistically significant. No relationship, however, was found between treatment of malocclusion and change in OHRQoL in this sample.

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The Reeve Foundation Quality of Life program awards grants to nonprofit organizations that provide services to individuals with paralysis. March 1 and September 1, annually. Please reference the website for complete guidelines and restrictions. Donna L. Valente, Director Quality of Life Grants The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. Health Psychology and Behavioural Medicine Research Group, Curtin University, Australia; 2. University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Session Abstract: Theories from social and health psychology enable researchers to identify the key factors related to health behaviour, and outline the mechanisms by which those factors exert their effects.


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