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CT chapter of the ASA short course and annual meeting (signup required!)

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    The CT chapter of the American Statistical Association is excited to announce two chapter events on Monday, May 12:
    Patient-Reported Outcomes short course taught by Joe Cappelleri and Andrew Bushmakin from 1:00 - 5:00pm (course description below)
    Annual Chapter Banquet with ASA president Nat Schenker and honored guest Dipak Dey from 6:00 - 8:30pm
    Both events will be held at the Pond House Grill in Glastonbury, CT. Registration fees are $40 for chapter members ($20 for students) for the short course and $25 for the banquet.

    You can register for each event separately at https://www.123signup.com/register?id=dhvkh

    We hope to see you at both events!

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    Course Description:

    This short course will provide an exposition on health measurement scales – specifically, on
    patient-reported outcomes. Some key elements in the development of a patient-reported outcome (PRO) measure will be noted. The core topics of validity and reliability of a PRO measure will be discussed. Exploratory factor analysis and confirmatory factor analysis, techniques to understand the underlying structure of a PRO measure, will be described. The topic of mediation modeling will be presented as a way to identify and explain the mechanism that underlies an observed relationship between an independent variable and a dependent variable via the inclusion of a third variable, known as a mediator variable. Approaches to interpret PRO results will be elucidated in order to make results useful and meaningful. Other topics such as item response theory and longitudinal analysis will be considered if time permits. Illustrations will be provided mainly through real-life examples and also through simulated examples using SAS.

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  • Valerie P.

    Unfortunately these events have been postponed until fall - date TBD

    May 6, 2014

Cancelled

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