Evaluation is a challenging but necessary part of the development cycle of clinical information systems like the electronic medical records (EMR) system.
Exploratory factor analysis revealed a four-factor structure for the NMP-Q, corresponding to the dimensions of nomophobia.
The NMP-Q was shown to produce valid and reliable scores; and thus, can be used to assess the severity of nomophobia.
Abstract Questionnaires are the most widely used data collection methods in educational and evaluation research.
This article describes the process for developing and testing questionnaires and posits five sequential steps involved in developing and testing a questionnaire: research background, questionnaire conceptualization, format and data analysis, and establishing validity and reliability.
Items were developed based on existing questionnaires and expert consultation and were pretested among experts and target populations.