Generalizability refers to the extent to which results generated from one population can be applied to another population. A tool is considered more generalizable if studies have been conducted on larger, more representative samples.
|Technical Standard 2: Generalizability|
|Broad||Large representative national sample with cross-validation|
|Moderate High||Large representative national sample or multiple regional/state samples with no cross-validation
One or more regional/state samples with cross-validation
|Moderate Low||One regional/state sample with no cross-validation, or one or more local samples|
|Dash: No evidence provided||Evidence was not provided|