2005 HSR&D National Meeting Abstract
2004 — Avoiding Statistical Blunder: Methods for Recognizing and Adjusting for Measurement Error
Hayward RA (VA Center for Practice Management & Outcomes Research)
1. Demonstrate, using esamples from the literature, how even moderate amounts of measurement error can lead to dramatic errors in statistical estimation;
1. discussion of case examples
Researchers interested in advances in measurement science as it relates to health services research, especially with regard to measuring quality of care.
Assumed Audience Familiarity with Topic:
Workshop designed as introductory, with advanced information to be distributed but not discussed in detail.