Validating research instruments
BVentura participates in this project in order to obtain a prototype of scientific instruments that allows testing and validating a new technology with a direct impact on the health system sustainability, which can be applied in other sectors.Also, the initiative works to provide software that may warmly welcome automated processing of medical images.Once the items are written, they need to be reviewed for clarity, formatting, acceptable response options, and wording.After several reviews of the questions, they should be presented to peers and colleagues in the format the instrument is to be administered.The second phase is construction and it begins with identifying the objectives of the instrument and developing a table of specifications.Those specifications should narrow the purpose and identify the content areas.40 years of experience in the field of mechanization and turning operations of metallic parts.
They include instruments maintained by CHOP's Center for Human Phenomic Science (CHPS) as well as instruments submitted by investigators that have evidence of test validity.
ACCIÓ (The agency for enterprise competitiveness) certified as a RIS3CAT community the technologies applied for health.
Within this community, ACCIÓ has selected the project of research, development and innovation tomosynthesis 3D biopsy, in which BVentura participates along with other institutions, such as IDNEO Technologies (FICOSA), the High Energy Physics Institute (IFAE), UDIAT Diagnostic Center – Parc Taulí Sabadell Foundation and the National Microelectronics Centre (CNM) – Centro Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC).
In the specification process, each variable should be associated with a concept and an overarching theme (Ford, - Survey Specifications Mgmt at Stats Canada.pdf).
Once the table of specification is completed, the researcher can write the items in the instrument.