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Selection and development of measurement tools for translational and clinical research

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    <b>Goals include helping investigators to:</b> &nbsp;• Select and develop measurement tools including survey questionnaires, interviews, and other non-laboratory outcome measures for the development, conduct, and analysis of research projects &nbsp;• Identify existing standardized tools that measure medical, psychological, and behavioral factors &nbsp;• Adapt existing instruments and create new instruments to meet specific study needs &nbsp;• Score and interpret measures &nbsp;• Write grant sections describing measurement tools and data collection procedures &nbsp;• Assist researchers with related study design issues such as sample size determination Initial consultations are provided free of charge. Cost recovery is required for follow-up consultations or long-term collaboration.
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    Outcomes Measurement Methods Core (Penn)
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The eagle-i Consortium is supported by NIH Grant #5U24RR029825-02 / Copyright 2016