Inter-rater reliability in Dementia Care Mapping


Posted on November 1st, by editor in Journal of Dementia Care. No Comments

Claire Surr and Eva Bonde Neilsen discuss the important issue of inter-rater reliability when conducting Dementia Care Mapping evaluations. They set out a new format for comparing DCM data in a slightly different way which makes it easier to identify where discrepancies lie.
Author/s: Claire Surr, Eva Bonde Nielsen
Vol: 11, Issue: 6, pp33-35





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