A collection of scholarly work created by Carol M. Baldwin, Associate Professor, Southwest Borderlands Scholar and Director, Center for World Health Promotion & Disease Prevention at Arizona State University.
Carol received her doctoral degree and her postdoctoral studies (Epidemiology of Sleep, Environmental and Cardiopulmonary Disorders at the University of Arizona in 1997.
Dr. Baldwin's research interests include World & U.S. Border Health, sleep disorders, health disparities, quality of life, chronic disease, and alternative medicine.
Psychometrics of the Epworth Sleepiness Scale for Use with Spanish-speaking Mexican Americans and Mexicans
Few studies have compared the psychometric properties of a Spanish language Epworth Sleepiness Scale (ESS) (Johns, 1992) for use with Mexican Americans and Mexicans in bi-national studies of excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS)
This work examines the psychometrics of the Spanish-translated ESS for use with these populations in clinical sleep and sleep research milieus