Second International Outcome Measurement Conference
May 15-16, 1998, Chicago

An Abstraction Theory-based Framework for Assessing Medical Diagnostic Ability - Frank Papa

Assessment of Unidimensionality of Health Status in Patients Receiving Therapy in Acute and Orthopedic Outpatient Centers - Dennis Hart

Bridging Measurement from Admission to Discharge - Louise J. White

Every Item Can Belong to a Rasch-scaled Hierarchy - Michael Lamport Commons

FIM Levels as Ordinal Categories - J. Michael Linacre

Item Banking and Pivot Anchoring: A Neurologic Example - Allen Heinemann

Linkage of Patient Assessments Across the Continuum of Care - Carl V. Granger

Maintaining Instrument Quality While Reducing Items: Application of Rasch Analysis to a Self Report of Visual Function - Craig Velozo

Measurement of Episode of Illness for Rehabilitation Services - Norbert Goldfield

Measurement of the Capacity of Families to Provide Unpaid support for a Disabled Family Member: Using BIGSTEPS to Identify Primary and Secondary Dimensions and Create Assessment Scales - Ken Wood

Methodological Issues in Using a Rasch Model to Develop a Quality of Life Index: The Analysis of four WHOQOL-100 Data Sets - Alain Leplege

Misinference of Clinically Significant Changes from Ordinal Scales - Alan Tennant

Naturalistic Assessment of Functional Performance in School Settings - Anne G. Fisher

New Directions in Pediatric Rehabilitation Measurement: The Growing Challenge - Larry Ludlow

PECS/FIM Equating - Richard M. Smith

Rasch Measurement of Physicians' Work - Robert Florin

Report on Proposed ASTM Standard Procedure for Rating Scale Instrument Equating and Evaluation - William P. Fisher, Jr.

The Health Outcomes Movement Needs Item Response Models and We Need Them Now - John E. Ware

The Other Dimension - Benjamin D. Wright

Two New Measures of Balance: Bridging the Gap Between Performance and Perceptions - Luigi Tesio

Use of Rasch Analysis for ADL Assessments in Follow-up Studies in Stroke Patients - Gunnar Grimby

Using Pivot Anchoring to Enhance Construct Definition - Rita Bode

Using the Partial Credit Model to Explore the Properties of 1 item Scales - Karon Cook

Smith R.M. (1998) Second International Outcome Measurement Conference
May 15-16, 1998, Chicago. Rasch Measurement Transactions 12:1 p. 624.

Second International Outcome Measurement Conference, May 15-16, 1998, Chicago. Smith R.M. … Rasch Measurement Transactions, 1998, 12:1 p. 624.




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