Cognitive Interviewing in the Development and Evaluation of Patient Reported Outcomes (PRO) Measures. Wednesday 20th March 2014

Wednesday 20th March 2014

Bloxham Mill Business Centre

Banbury, OX15 4FF

Cognitive interviewing has become an important part in the development of patient reported outcomes (PRO) measures, evaluating their migration from paper to ePRO and cultural adaptation.

DHP Research is pleased to announce that once again we are hosting our one day workshop “Cognitive Interviewing in the Development and Evaluation of Patient Reported Outcomes (PRO) Measures.” The workshop which is a combination of presentations and practical sessions, gives participants a grounding in cognitive interviewing techniques that will enable you to develop and evaluate a PRO and pre-test alternative forms of administration in accordance with ISPOR ePRO good research practice guidelines.

What the day covers

  • Background and introduction to cognitive theory
  • Cognitive interviewing methods including retrospective verbal probing and think aloud
  • Overview of the ISPOR ePRO good research practice guidelines
  • Conducting a cognitive interview with feedback
  • Identifying problems in PRO items
  • Reporting findings and implementing changes

Five reasons why you should attend

  1. Appreciate the strengths and weaknesses of different cognitive interviewing techniques
  2. Understand the role of cognitive interviewing in PRO development and migration from paper to ePRO
  3. Practice cognitive interviewing techniques
  4. Evaluate equivalence in migrating from paper to ePRO
  5. Commission cognitive interviews for PRO development and evaluation

Cost: £275+20%VAT

For more information or to book your place email: info@dhpresearch.com or complete the contact form below



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