The Institute for Objective Measurement, MESA at the University of Chicago and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago will host the third International Outcomes Measurement Conference (IOMC3) on June 16 and 17, 2000. The conference will be held on the Chicago campus of Northwestern University. The Conference goal is to advance our understanding of health outcome issues, particularly in the realm of measurement. We are seeking speakers who can present data on the benefits of specific treatments, consequences of treatment, and measurement of treatments, using objective measurement (Rasch) approaches. The conference will have a health services research flavor with health outcomes being the focus.
A series of events are planned as part of this Conference. A pre-session on Rasch measurement software will be presented by J. Michael Linacre, Ph.D., of the University of Chicago on June 12 and 13, followed by a pre-session on objective measurement by Richard Smith, Ph.D., on June 14 and 15.
Continental breakfast, lunches and refreshments at breaks are included in the registration fee of $150 (if received by May 1, 2000, otherwise $200).
The receipt deadline for 250 word abstract and poster submissions is February 4, 2000.
Allen W. Heinemann, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Northwestern University Medical School
Benjamin D. Wright, Ph.D.
Professor, Psychology and Education
University of Chicago
IOMC3 International Outcome Measurement Conference Rasch Measurement Transactions, 1999, 13:3 p. 702
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