Introductory Rasch Measurement Workshop

This three-day course will cover theoretical and methodological aspects of Rasch models, a specific data analysis approach used in psychometrics for scale validation. The course will be conducted by an European teaching group and it will combine lectures and computer lab sessions

Programme
Day 1 : Introductory lectures about measurement in the health sciences and Rasch measurement model; understanding and reading data into the RUMM2030 software.
Day 2 : Creating analyses and interpreting the output together with solving problems
Day 3 : Exercices and work on participant’s personal data

Material
The practical phase of the course will be conducted using the RUMM2030 software. Please bring your laptop and install the trial version of the software before the course.

Introductory Rasch Measurement Workshop
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Researchers working on questionnaire data and/or questionnaire validation; basic statistical knowledge required.

This three-day course will cover theoretical and methodological aspects of Rasch models, a specific data analysis approach used in psychometrics for scale validation. The course will be conducted by an European teaching group and it will combine lectures and computer lab sessions

Programme
Day 1 : Introductory lectures about measurement in the health sciences and Rasch measurement model; understanding and reading data into the RUMM2030 software.
Day 2 : Creating analyses and interpreting the output together with solving problems
Day 3 : Exercices and work on participant’s personal data

Material
The practical phase of the course will be conducted using the RUMM2030 software. Please bring your laptop and install the trial version of the software before the course.

Délai d'inscription : 30th August 2019

Conditions de participation

The programme has a limited number of places (20 participants).

Coûts

PhD candidate : The course is free for PhD candidate
Ohter than PhD candidate : fr. 300.00*

*The course is funded by the Department of epidemiology and health systems (DESS) but a contribution is requested for non-doctoral fellows to cover part of the costs.

Group running the workshop
European Rasch Research and Teaching group (ERRTG)

  • Professor Alan Tennant, UK/France
  • Dr Thomas Salzberger, Austria
  • Dr Maren Bocker, Germany
  • Dr Asa Lundgren Nilsson, Sweden

Contact

Contact: 021 314 72 93