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Translations into Brazilian Portuguese

Portuguese as spoken and written in Brazil is sufficiently different from that used in Portugal where the first Portuguese translation was made that we were advised that we should have a separate translation.  This was led by Heloísa Junqueira Fleury working with others including Márcia Rosane Moreira Santana, Marília Marques da Silva, Danielle Souza de Moraes, Cláudia Cristina Fukuda, Lucia Helena Freitas Ceitlin and Maria Eveline Cascardo Ramos.

A translation into Brazilian Portuguese has been achieved by a small and approved adaptation of the usual CST translation protocol and initial psychometric testing confirms good internal consistency in a small clinical sample. 


The qualitative translation process findings and internal consistency has been submitted for publication.


A zip file has PDFs for the CORE-OM and all the shortened forms (CORE-SF/A, CORE-SF/B, CORE-10, CORE-5 and GP-CORE).

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Or select which files you want:

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