Assessing Measurement Reliability and Validity
May 11, 2017 10:00 AM
End: May 11, 2017 04:30 PM
This one-day course offers an introduction to the principles, methods of assessment, and the appropriateness of statistical analyses for different types of measurement validity and reliability. Particular focus is given to statistical assessment of reliability over time, context and rater.
Understanding and assessing reliability and validity are important when developing and using new tests and measurement tools. This course gives an introduction to the concepts of reliability and validity, how the two are associated, and the methods commonly used for assessing these factors in different data types and study designs. Knowledge of basic statistical concepts (e.g., p-values, confidence intervals) is beneficial for this course. The following topics will be covered during this one-day course:
- Types of validity
- Assessing validity of numeric and categorical outcomes
- Types of reliability
- Assessing reliability for numeric outcomes
- Bland-Altman Limits of Agreement
- Intraclass Correlation
- Assessing reliability for categorical outcomes
- Internal reliability of assessment measures
Computers are not required for this course.
All CASC courses take place in a centre London location in or close to the Institute of Child Health, specific details of the course venue will be supplied after registration.
External Delegates (Non-UCL) £125.00
UCL Staff, Students, Alumni £62.50 *
ICH/GOSH Staff and Doctoral Students FREE †
* Valid UCL email address and/or UCL alumni number required upon registration. Please note, this category does not include hospital staff unless you hold an official contract with the university.
† Limited free spaces available. If there are no free places remaining, ICH/GOSH Staff and Doctoral Students can still register at the UCL rate.
Prices include printed course materials, refreshments (and lunch for non-ICH/GOSH participants 12.45pm - 1.45pm).
Please note that no refunds will be given for cancellations made within five working days of the course start date or for non-attendance, and for individuals attending the course on a funded place, a fee will be charged for late cancellation/non-attendance according to the same time frame. This fee is needed to cover printing, catering, etc. costs that are ordered no later than 5 days before the course and are based on the number of people registered at that point in time.
“Excellent course - reinforced self-learning. I liked the fact it wasn't software dependent - e.g. not 'Reliability using R' - but they still provided code for the major statistical packages. It was obvious that the lecturer had excellent knowledge on the subject. It was the first time that I had attended one of the CASC courses, and I wouldn't hesitate to attend one again.” "I really enjoyed the course as it was very well taught and presented” "Really good presenter, clear slides and well-paced day. The content was very useful, but I had specific questions about this topic before I came and the presenter found time to answer them, which I really appreciated” "Very useful course, presented clearly and coherently” "I thought the presentation style was great and the content pitched appropriately.”