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Assessment of interobserver reliability in nutrition studies that used direct observation of school means.
Observation and interobserver reliability Table 1 presents the definitions of the five main categories (hands, parts of a finger, all fingers, objects, and movements) and 21 subcategories of observation on tactile exploratory procedures.
Interobserver reliability of the 4 pain scales was excellent.
Nomden JG, Slagers AJ, Bergman GJ, Winters JC, Kropmans TJ, Dijkstra PU (2009) Interobserver reliability of physical examination of shoulder girdle.
Interobserver reliability was calculated for 100 % of sessions by having a second observer, a classroom aide, collect data simultaneously.
Studies have documented good interobserver reliability for endoscopic recognition of Barrett's esophagus, but this diagnostic consistency drops considerably for affected segments less than 1 cm in length.
1,2) More recently, Oakes and associates (3) also showed poor interobserver reliability with the Garden classification.
Interobserver reliability was therefore employed in order to compensate for this subjectivity.