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Contents @RHL:Contents @MT:CONTENTS @FCTX2:Figures, Tables, and Exhibits Foreword by Steven B. Cohen Preface The Authors 1 Thinking About Topics for Health Surveys 2 Matching the Survey Design to Survey Objectives 3 Defining and Clarifying the Survey Variables 4 Thinking Through the Relationships Among Variables 5 Choosing the Methods of Data Collection 6 Deciding Who Will Be in the Sample 7 Deciding How Many Will Be in the Sample 8 General Principles for Formulating Questions 9 Formulating Questions About Health 10 Formulating Questions About Demographics and Behavior 11 Formulating Questions About Knowledge and Attitudes 12 Guidelines for Formatting the Questionnaire 13 Monitoring and Carrying Out the Survey 14 Preparing the Data for Analysis 15 Planning and Implementing the Analysis of the Data 16 Writing the Research Report Resource A: Personal Interview Survey: UNICEF Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS-2)-End-Decade Study Resource B: Telephone Interview Survey: California Health Interview Survey (CHIS)-2001 Resource C: Mail Questionnaire Survey: National Dental Malpractice Survey Resource D: Selected Sources on Health Surveys Resource E: Selected Examples of Health Surveys References Index
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Health surveys -- Statistical methods.
Data Collection -- methods.