The Importance of Calibration and Reliability of Clinical Examiners in Research

Question 9
Multiple Choice

The importance of calibration and reliability of clinical examiners in research is expressed in each of the following statements EXCEPT one.Which one is the EXCEPTION? A) Any change in study index should reflect treatment efficacy. B) Change in index reflects examiner use of the index. C) Interexaminer and intraexaminer reliability is critical to study validity. D) Variability leads to the possibility of having statistically significant differences.