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RELATING MODERN PERSPECTIVES OF MEASUREMENT VALIDATION TO THE JUSTIFICATION OF INFERENCES BASED ON PTIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES

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posted on 03.07.2017, 18:18 by Richard SawatzkyRichard Sawatzky

Webinar by Sawatzky for the National Cancer Institute Outcomes Research Branch (ORB) Virtual Speaker Series (April 19, 2017).

Summary: Measurement validation is fundamental in the development, evaluation, and use of patient-reported outcomes (PRO) measures. This webinar will address modern perspectives of measurement validation in relation to the following questions that are of central relevance to the use of PROs in research and health services decision making:

What evidence is needed to warrant comparisons between groups and individuals?

  1. What evidence is needed to warrant comparisons over time?

  2. What are the value implications, including personal and societal consequences, with respect to the inferences, decisions and actions taken at the individual and population-level based on PRO data?

Suggested Reading: Sawatzky R, et al. Modern perspectives of measurement validation emphasize justification of inferences based on patient-reported outcome scores: seventh paper in a series on patient reported outcomes. J Clin Epidemiol. 2016

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