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J Mil Med 2021, 22(12): 1209-1221 Back to browse issues page
Design and Validation of Professional Spiritual Health Questionnaire for Professors (Soft War Officers)
Minoo Asadzandi * , Leila Lotfian , Seyed Majid Hosseini , Hasan Abolghasemi
Medicine, Quran and Hadith Research Center, Anesthesiology Department, Faculty of Nursing, Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran , mazandi498@gmail.com
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Background and Aim: Assessing the spiritual health of professors (soft war officers) is essential to deepen the spirituality of the university environment and counteract cultural invasion. The professional spiritual health assessment should be done without measuring religiosity and inquisition. The purpose of this study was to design and validate a self-assessment questionnaire for the professional spiritual health of professors (soft war officers).
Methods: This was a sequential exploratory study of instrument making. Data were collected in sequential chronological order. In the results interpretation part, data correlation was performed. In qualitative phase using the concept analysis method of Schwartz and Kim hybrid model with deductive/inductive analysis approach was done in three stages: a theoretical review of religious and scientific evidence, fieldwork with in-depth individual interviews and discussion in focus groups, final data analysis based on "Contractual Content Analysis Method", the initial version of the questionnaire was developed in the form of 73 initial measurable items. To determine the validity of the questionnaire, face validity, qualitative and quantitative content (CVR and CVI), structural validity, to determine reliability of internal consistency (Cronbach's alpha) and stability were performed.
Results: The CVR score in 67 items was higher than the Lewsheh table number (0.33). Five items without the required score were removed from the questionnaire. The results of CVI calculation showed that all items received a CVI score higher than 0.79. The final questionnaire had 67 items. The results of exploratory factor analysis showed the existence of a 7-factor model (model of spirituality, courage, kindness, wisdom, modesty, self-respect, justice) in the structure of items. Internal consistency of the questionnaire (with Cronbach's alpha of 0.9) showed that all items had a high correlation and were significant at the level of p <0.05.
Conclusion: Using this questionnaire allows professors (soft war officers) to examine professional spiritual distress and diagnose spiritual problems. The use of spiritual care guidelines, daily self-calculation, enables cultivation so that they, in the position of spiritual mentors, can achieve the Islamization of the university and the fight against soft war.
Keywords: Spirituality, Health, Military Personnel, Questionnaire, Reliability, Validity.
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Type of Study: Orginal Research | Subject: military medcine
Received: 2020/04/18 | Accepted: 2020/10/28 | Published: 2021/03/9
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Asadzandi M, Lotfian L, Hosseini S M, Abolghasemi H. Design and Validation of Professional Spiritual Health Questionnaire for Professors (Soft War Officers). J Mil Med. 2021; 22 (12) :1209-1221
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