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Keller SD, Yang M, Evensen C, Treadwell MJ (2012). Are condition-specific measures necessary to the practice of personalized medicine? Presented at the International Society of Quality of Life Research, Budapest, Hungary.
Keller SD, Evensen C, Levine RE, Treadwell MJ (2012). Measuring the Quality of Care Delivered to Patients Suffering from a Rare Disease. Presented at the International Society of Quality of Life Research, Budapest, Hungary.
Keller SD, Levine RE. (2011). The grounded item technique for generating content valid questions. Presented at the International Society of Quality of Life Research, Denver, CO.
Yang M, Keller SD (August 2011). Development of an “R” –Based Computer Adaptive Assessment of Health Based on Patient Reports of their Functioning and Wellbeing. American Psychological Association 119th Annual Convension. Washington, D.C.
Treadwell MJ, Levine RE, Keller SD, Hassell K, Werner EM. (2010). Understanding perspectives of adults with sickle cell disease in developing a disease specific quality of life measurement system. Presented at the International Society of Quality of Life Research, London, UK.
Keller SD..Werner EM. (March, 2010). Adult Sickle Cell HRQoL Measurement (ASCQ-Me): Methods and Validation. National Conference on Blood Disorders in Public Health. Atlanta, GA.
Keller SD, Werner EM (March, 2008). Building on PROMIS: ASCQ-Me. The 2nd PROMIS Conference, Bethesda, MD.
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