Test-Retest Reliability of Information about Employment Provided in Surveys by People with Spinal Cord Injuries Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Agreement was examined between the answers to an employment survey administered to discharged patients with spinal cord injury on two occasions 6 mo. apart. Analysis suggested reasonable test-retest reliability, with kappas ranging from .65 to .87 for the categorical data, e.g., current employment information and amount of time before respondents achieved any return to work.

publication date

  • August 1997