PHVIT9530 Measuring and Methods of Measurement

Places still available at NFIF HiOA course in Measuring and Methods of Measurement.

This course offers an overview and adopts a critical perspective of different types of mapping, testing, and evaluation of health-related activities at individual, group, and society levels. The course covers mapping, testing, and evaluating quality of life, mental health, physical health, functional ability, and disease mechanisms. It will take a critical look at the classification of measurement methods as disease-specific vs. generic, and self-reported vs. performance-based, as well as screening vs. diagnostics, quantitative vs. qualitative evaluation, and standardisation vs. individualization.

For full reimbursement of travel/stay costs for NFIF members contact NFIF.

Published Sep. 26, 2016 1:25 PM - Last modified Feb. 13, 2020 8:51 AM