What is the Zarit Burden Scale?

What is the Zarit Burden Scale?

The Zarit Burden Interview (ZBI) The ZBI consists of 22 items rated on a 5-point Likert scale that ranges from 0 (never) to 4 (nearly always) with the sum of scores ranging between 0–88. Higher scores indicate greater burden. A score of 17 or more was considered high burden.

How is caregiver burden measured?

Caregiver burden was assessed using the Caregivers Burden Inventory. The caregivers also completed other measures including the Positive Aspects of Caregiving, the Family Adaptation, Partnership, Growth, Affection, and Resolve, and the Social Support Rating Scale.

What is Burden Scale?

Description: A global measure of perceived burden resulting from home care. The BSFC is designed for use in both clinical practice and research studies. The original longer version of this scale includes how to score and interpret the results.

What are the types of caregiver burden?

Different Types of Caregiver Burdens

  • Stress Burden. This is the overall stress a caregiver feels when taking care of their loved one.
  • Objective Burden. This burden is felt when one’s caregiving duties take priority over other life events.
  • Relationship Burden.

Who created the Zarit Burden Interview?

Description of Measure: The Zarit Burden Interview, a popular caregiver self-report measure used by many aging agencies, originated as a 29-item questionnaire (Zarit, Reever & Bach-Peterson, 1980). The 29-item instrument is included in Zarit et al., 1980. The revised version contains 22 items.

How do you score a Braden scale?

The Braden Scale uses a scores from less than or equal to 9 to as high as 23. The lower the number, the higher the risk is for developing an acquired ulcer or injury. There are six categories within the Braden Scale: sensory perception, moisture, activity, mobility, nutrition, and friction or shear.

What is meant by caregiver burden?

Caregiver burden is the level of multifaceted strain perceived by the caregiver from caring for a family member and/or loved one over time. • The consequences of caregiver burden include negative consequences. • Healthcare organizations have significant roles in improving support structures for caregivers.

What does Zbi mean?

Zero Based Index. ZBI. Zebra Basic Interpreter. ZBI. Zarit Burden Interview (psychology)

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