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Project: ShareToWell – Validation of different language versions of the Well-being Numerical Rating Scales

This project aims to provide a reliable and valid tool to assess well-being across the different EUniWell universities. This tool is intended to support sharing study and research programmes, generate synergies, and improve the well-being of individuals.

Project information

Lead partner
University of Florence, Italy
Researchers and coordinators at the Linnaeus University
Lali Lindell, Jenny Lovebo
Other collaborating partners
Semmelweis University, Hungary; University of Murcia, Spain; Leiden University, Netherlands; University of Cologne, Germany; University of Birmingham, UK; University of Nantes, France
The project is funded by the participating partners through the European University for Well-being, EUniWell.
September 2022 – January 2024
wellbeing, health, psychology, statistics, sustainability

More about the project

Sharing a common tool to assess well-being at the University

Within a multidimensional approach to well-being (including physical, psychological, spiritual, relational, and general well-being), we propose the Well-being Numerical Rating Scales (WB-NRSs), a previously tested tool with sound psychometric properties (Bonacchi et al., 2021). The specific goal of the present project is the linguistic validation of the English (UK), French, German, Hungarian, Swedish, Spanish, and Dutch version of the WB-NRSs.

The WB-NRSs is intended to facilitate a sharing of research programmes across EUniWell universities in their development of actions to promote well-being. The tool combines the added value offered by a brief scale (e.g. rapid assessment, minimal respondents’ fatigue, boredom, and loss of interest, suitability for large, multivariate surveys and in pre- post administration) with good psychometric properties and the ability to detect changes in well-being produced by specific intervention programmes. In line with the SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-Being, EUniWell develops and implements intervention programmes to promote well-being in a comprehensive welfare-based framework. Thus, this tool is of fundamental importance to analyse and measure the multi-level impact of each action.

Source of text and read more here: https://www.euniwell.eu/what-we-offer/seed-funding-programme/projects-of-the-fourth-seed-funding-call/sharetowell-validation-of-different-language-versions-of-the-well-being-numerical-rating-scales


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