Enhancing rigour in the validation of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs): bridging linguistic and psychometric testing

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BACKGROUND A strong consensus exists for a systematic approach to linguistic validation of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) and discrete methods for assessing their psychometric properties. Despite the need for robust evidence of the appropriateness of measures, transition from linguistic to psychometric validation is poorly documented or evidenced… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1477-7525-10-64

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@inproceedings{Roberts2012EnhancingRI, title={Enhancing rigour in the validation of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs): bridging linguistic and psychometric testing}, author={Gwerfyl Wyn Roberts and Seren Haf Roberts and Richard Tranter and Rhiannon Whitaker and Emma Bedson and Siobhan Tranter and Delyth Prys and H. Coppola Owen and Yvonne Sylvestre}, booktitle={Health and quality of life outcomes}, year={2012} }