Person: Jurado Barba, Rosa
Faculty / Institute
Aplicación on-line del método de Aprendizaje Basado en Proyectos para la enseñanza en alumnos universitarios
2021-06-29, Río Grande, David del, Castillo Parra, Gabriela, Fernández González, Santiago, Gordillo León, Fernando, Jurado Barba, Rosa, León Mateos, Leticia, López García, María Eugenia, López Sánchez, Ramón, Pacios García, Javier, Ruiz Sánchez de León, José María, Sanz Blasco, Rubén
Spanish Validation of the Assessment of Recovery Capital Scale in Clinical Population with Alcohol Use Disorder
2022-05-03, Sión, Ana María Alexandra, Jurado Barba, Rosa, Esteban Rodríguez, Laura, Arias Horcajadas, Francisco, Rubio Valladolid, Gabriel
Recovery from alcohol use disorder involves achieving certain resources for positive lifestyle changes, well-being, and long-term abstinence. The present study aims to translate and validate the Assessment Capital Recovery (ARC) in a Spanish clinical sample of individuals with alcohol use disorder, in abstinence. The participants were 184 patients who attended outpatient treatments. They were evaluated with the adapted version of the ARC (Spanish abbreviation: “Valoración del Capital de Recuperación, VCR”) and by WHOQOL-BREF (quality of life scale), in one session. Statistical analysis included the calculation of reliability, convergent validity (relationship with WHOQOL-BREF), specificity and sensitivity, as well as validity based on internal structure (confirmatory factor analysis). VCR scores show appropriate values for reliability (α = .90), and a low convergent validity with WHOQOL-BREF (Rho = .33–.53). The VCR appears to distinguish between patients with early and stable sobriety (χ2 = 20.55, p < .01). The ROC curve indicates significant discrimination values (p < .05) for stable recovery (5 years of abstinence) and sensitivity of 85.2% and specificity of 71.2%. Further, confirmatory factor analysis suggests the presence of a single factor, with relatively acceptable values of goodness of fit and factor loadings. We used ULS parameter estimation to study VCR properties, an appropriate tool for assessing recovery in clinical populations of individuals with alcohol use disorder in abstinence.