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Background: Reproducibility concerns the degree to which repeated measurements provide similar results. Agreement parameters assess how close the results of the repeated measurements are, by estimating the measurement error in repeated measurements. Reliability parameters assess whether study objects, often persons, can be distinguished from each other, despite measurement errors. In that case, the measurement error is related to the variability between persons. Consequently, reliability parameters are highly dependent on the heterogeneity of the study sample, while the agreement parameters, based on measurement error, are more a pure characteristic of the measurement instrument.
Methods and results: Using an example of an interrater study, in which different physical therapists measure the range of motion of the arm in patients with shoulder complaints, the differences and relationships between reliability and agreement parameters for continuous variables are illustrated.
Conclusion: If the research question concerns the distinction of persons, reliability parameters are the most appropriate. But if the aim is to measure change in health status, which is often the case in clinical practice, parameters of agreement are preferred.
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To submit a Data Use Agreement (DUA) for URA review, please visit AURA Agreements. There are two types of DUAs in AURA Agreements: incoming (DUAI) and outgoing (DUAO). For reciprocal data exchanges, please route using the DUAI agreement type. Click below for more information.
To request access to the NESARC-III data set, complete both the NIAAA data use agreement form and the NESARC-III data access application. Please note that review and signature from your institutional authorized signatory is required. This is ordinarily someone from your technology transfer office or business office. Once both documents have been completed and partially executed, submit the data use agreement, data access application, and documentation of IRB approval or exemption from human subjects research via email to NIAAA-DAC@mail.nih.gov.
A Data Use Agreement (DUA) is a contractual document used for the transfer of data that has been developed by nonprofit, government or private industry, where the data are nonpublic or is otherwise subject to some restrictions on its use. Often, this data are a necessary component of a research project and it may or may not be human subject data from a clinical trial, or a Limited Data Set as defined in HIPAA. Universities will want to ensure that DUA terms protect confidentiality when necessary, but permit appropriate publication and sharing of research results in accordance with University policies, applicable laws and regulations, and federal requirements. DUAs are similar to confidentiality agreements in that they restrict the use and disclosure of the data set, and, in some cases, a CDA format may be used as a starting point to build a DUA appropriate for the transfer of data.
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