The Informal Social Support for Autonomy and Dependence in Pain Inventory Spanish Version (ISSADI-PAIN-SV)

Published: 03-03-2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/hg77f2d6dm.1
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Rosa Esteve

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Data used to validate the Informal Social Support for Autonomy and Dependence in Pain Inventory Spanish Version (ISSADI-PAIN-SV). Abstract Purpose Perceived social support plays a crucial role in the quality of life of individuals with chronic pain. The Informal Social Support for Autonomy and Dependence in Pain Inventory assesses two functions of social support: the promotion of autonomy and the promotion of dependence. The aim of this study was to adapt this instrument for Spanish-speaking populations. Methods The sample comprised 256 individuals with chronic pain. The structure of the questionnaire was analysed using confirmatory factor analysis, internal consistency indexes, and intercorrelations between the scales. Correlational analyses were performed to assess the associations between the Informal Social Support for Autonomy and Dependence in Pain Inventory and several criteria. Results The structure with the best fit had four related factors: emotional social support for the promotion of autonomy; instrumental social support for the promotion of autonomy; emotional social support for the promotion of dependence; and instrumental social support for the promotion of dependence. The scales showed adequate internal consistency. An association was found between higher levels of instrumental social support on the promotion of dependence and higher levels of pain-related disability and decreased daily functioning. The promotion of autonomy was related to better satisfaction with life. Conclusion The Spanish version of the Informal Social Support for Autonomy and Dependence in Pain Inventory shows appropriate psychometric properties. It is a useful instrument to assess the support relationships between patients with chronic pain and their relatives in order to prevent disability. Keywords Chronic pain · Social support · Autonomy · Dependence · Pain adaptation · Disability

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