Zur Problematik der mangelnden Kompatibilität psychometrischer und theoretischer Bedingungen diagnostischer Materialien am Beispiel von Aussprachestörungen

  • Annette Fox-Boyer
  • Katharina M. Albrecht
  • Marit C. Clausen
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Zusammenfassung

Unter evidenzbasiertem Handeln im klinischen Alltag wird meist verstanden, die bestmögliche therapeutische Versorgung eines Patienten zu gewährleisten. Dies setzt allerdings voraus, dass es zunächst möglich ist, ein behandlungsbedürftiges Problem verlässlich zu ermitteln. Dollaghan (2007) beschreibt die Bedeutung der Qualität von Messverfahren für die interne Validität empirischer Evidenz. Es stellt sich die Frage, ob die Qualität diagnostischer Verfahren in den Therapieberufen in Deutschland ausreichend ist, um evidenzbasierte Praxis anzuwenden. Daher werden Merkmale zur Überprüfung der Validität und Reliabilität von Diagnostikinstrumenten vorgestellt und für ein Teilgebiet der Logopädie (kindliche Aussprachestörungen) praktisch angewandt. Es zeigt sich, dass im deutschsprachigen Raum bislang kaum eine Diskussion dieses Themas zu finden ist und dass die existierenden Verfahren für den untersuchten Bereich nicht oder nur bedingt den Qualitätsansprüchen genügen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Annette Fox-Boyer
    • 1
  • Katharina M. Albrecht
    • 2
  • Marit C. Clausen
    • 3
  1. 1.EUFHEuropäische Fachhochschule Rhein/Erft GmbHRostockDeutschland
  2. 2.University of SheffieldDepartment of Human Communication SciencesSheffieldUnited Kingdom
  3. 3.University of Southern DenmarkDepartment of Language and CommunicationOdense MDenmark

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