Developing and Evaluating Surveys and Measures in Health Sciences
This 8 week course will cover:
- The principles of item development
- The principles of instrument and scale construction
- How to evaluate reliability and internal consistency in measurement
- How to evaluate various types of validity (e.g., content, construct, discriminant, convergent, and divergent) in measurement
- How to evaluate the psychometric properties of a scale/instrument/survey using statistical software
Target Audience: Designed for principle investigators, co-investigators, fellows, and graduate students with an interest on developing and evaluating surveys. Prior statistical background is required at the level of understanding linear regression analysis.
Georgios Sideridis, PhD, Survey Methodologist
When: Tuesdays; April 22 - June 10, 2014; 2:00 - 4:00pm
Location: Training Room 8, 1 Autumn Street
Registration is currently full. Please contact the Education Core to be put on the waitlist.