Reliability and validity in research instruments | Principle of Research in Nursing | University of Texas at Arlington
Assignment 3: Reliability and Validity in Research Instruments
Quality measurement in research is essential. Measurement involves assigning numbers to concepts, objects, events or situations following a set of rules derived by the researcher through instrumentation or the use of tools for measurement. These measurements should be accurate and consistent. Chapter 16 in Gray & Groves (2021) explains the way that validity and reliability can be achieved.