Applying multilevel item response theory to vision-related quality of life in Dutch visually impaired elderly
Instead of applying the usual longitudinal methods to assess the outcome of low-vision rehabilitation services in terms of vision-related quality of life, a three-level Item Response Theory (IRT) method was proposed.
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Published in: Optometry and vision science; Vol. 84, nr. 8, 2007, pp. 710-720.
Author: Nispen, R. van; Knol, D. [et al.]
Organization: VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Royal Dutch Visio, Research and Development, Huizen, The Netherlands [et al.]
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Content type: Scientific publications
Tags: low vision, ophthalmology, rehabilitation, quality of life
Categories: Aids & Appliances