Validating assessment tools

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Current concepts in validity and reliability for psychometric instruments: theory and application.

The American Journal of Medicine 2006;16.e7-166.e16 Cook DA, Brydges R, Ginsburg S, Hatala R.

Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences; 1978.34. As a result, there are efforts to develop instruments that directly assess the adequacy of primary care.

Despite its importance, there currently is no way to assess the extent to which people receive adequate primary care; receiving care from a physician or physician designated as a primary care physician is at best only a proxy for actual adequacy of provision of primary care services.

Income inequality, primary care, and health indicators. Type of health insurance and quality of primary care experience. The Facility/Provider Survey is designed to collect information about specific operational characteristics and practices related to providing primary care from the viewpoint of practitioners, clinics, group practices, and institutions. Measuring attributes of primary care: development of a new instrument. Cassady C, Starfield B, Hurtado MP, Berk R, Nanda JP, Friedenberg LA. Ahigh school reading level is required to self-administer the questionnaire. A contemporary approach to validity arguments: a practical guide to Kane's framework. David Cook, professor of Medicine and Medical Education at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, in Rochester, Minnesota, where he is also the Director of Research in the Office of Applied Scholarship and Education Science, gives advice for how to think about validity evidence. David Cook, professor of Medicine and Medical Education at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, in Rochester, Minnesota, where he is also the Director of Research in the Office of Applied Scholarship and Education Science, gives advice on how to design studies to gather validity evidence, and I give a brief overview of Kane's validity framework. David Cook, professor of Medicine and Medical Education at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, in Rochester, Minnesota, where he is also the Director of Research in the Office of Applied Scholarship and Education Science, gives advice on which statistical tests to use in studies gathering validity evidence for assessment tools.LEIYUSHI DRPH, MBABARBARA STARFIELD, MD, MPHJIAHONG XU, MPH, MSBaltimore, Maryland, and Columbia, South Carolina Submitted, revised, October 2, 2000.

Income inequality, primary care, and health indicators. Type of health insurance and quality of primary care experience. The Facility/Provider Survey is designed to collect information about specific operational characteristics and practices related to providing primary care from the viewpoint of practitioners, clinics, group practices, and institutions. Measuring attributes of primary care: development of a new instrument. Cassady C, Starfield B, Hurtado MP, Berk R, Nanda JP, Friedenberg LA. Ahigh school reading level is required to self-administer the questionnaire. A contemporary approach to validity arguments: a practical guide to Kane's framework. David Cook, professor of Medicine and Medical Education at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, in Rochester, Minnesota, where he is also the Director of Research in the Office of Applied Scholarship and Education Science, gives advice for how to think about validity evidence. David Cook, professor of Medicine and Medical Education at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, in Rochester, Minnesota, where he is also the Director of Research in the Office of Applied Scholarship and Education Science, gives advice on how to design studies to gather validity evidence, and I give a brief overview of Kane's validity framework. David Cook, professor of Medicine and Medical Education at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science, in Rochester, Minnesota, where he is also the Director of Research in the Office of Applied Scholarship and Education Science, gives advice on which statistical tests to use in studies gathering validity evidence for assessment tools.LEIYUSHI DRPH, MBABARBARA STARFIELD, MD, MPHJIAHONG XU, MPH, MSBaltimore, Maryland, and Columbia, South Carolina Submitted, revised, October 2, 2000. The survey, which takes approximately 40 minutes to complete, can be administered through either telephone or face-to-face interviews, or by mail.