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Health surveys and related studies

by Michael Alderson

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Published by Pergamon for the Royal Statistical Society and the Social Science Research Council in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Michael Alderson and Robin Dowie.
SeriesReviews of United Kingdom statistical sources / edited by W.F. Maunder -- 9, Reviews of United Kingdom statistical sources -- 9.
ContributionsMander, W. F., Dowie, Robin, 1940-, Social Science Research Council (Great Britain), Royal Statistical Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22139875M
ISBN 100080224598

The CAHPS Health Plan Survey continues to be the national standard used by Commercial and Medicaid plans and many regulatory authorities (i.e., states, CMS, NCQA) to measure, compare and or report on the consumer’s experience with their health plan and health care received.   By collecting information about health at the community level, the Canadian Community Health Survey aims to. Results of our surveys are used for policy-making and program development that affect Canadian communities. The Canadian Community Health Survey has already been instrumental in drawing attention to emerging health issues, such as .

  Uganda halved its maternal mortality to /, live births between and , but did not meet the Millennium Development Goal 5. Skilled, timely and good quality antenatal (ANC) and delivery care can prevent the majority of maternal/newborn deaths and stillbirths. We examine coverage, equity, sector of provision and content of ANC and delivery Cited by: 3. PREVALENCE. The considerable variance of the prevalence rates reported for IAD (between % and 38%) [] may be attributable to the fact that diagnostic criteria and assessment questionnaires used for diagnosis vary between countries and studies often use highly selective samples of online surveys [].In their review Weinstein and Lejoyeux [] report that surveys in the Cited by:

Response rates are low for any survey, and ones dealing with canine health are no exception. Typical rates are from 35 to 50%, according to Susan Susan laCroix Hamil, a director of the AKC Canine Health Foundation. Owners neglect to return surveys for several reasons besides the survey being too long or confusing. A field of applied statistics of human research surveys, survey methodology studies the sampling of individual units from a population and associated techniques of survey data collection, such as questionnaire construction and methods for improving the number and accuracy of responses to surveys. Survey methodology includes instruments or procedures that ask one or more .


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Health Surveys and Related Studies A volume in Reviews of UK Statistical Sources. Book • The chapter on need describes local and national population studies and general morbidity surveys as well as covering a range of specific problem studies. Statistics reflecting unmet demand are described as they relate to the various stages of.

Health surveys and related studies. Oxford ; New York: Published for the Royal Statistical Society and the Social Science Research Council by Pergamon Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M R Alderson; Robin Dowie. Get this from a library. Health surveys and related studies.

[M R Alderson; Robin Dowie] -- This review describes the statistics of health care derived from non-routine sources. The chapter on need describes local and national population studies and general morbidity surveys as well as.

Jennifer H. Madans, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Determinants of Health.

Health surveys generally include measures of risk factors, health behaviors, and non-health determinants or correlates of health such as socioeconomic status.

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This practical book provides statistical techniques for use in survey analysis, making health surveys accessible to statisticians, biostatisticians, epidemiologists, and health researchers.

The authors clearly explain the theory and methods of survey analysis along with real-world by: How to apply statistical methods to survey data--a guide toeffective analysis of health surveys. With large health surveys becoming increasingly available forpublic use, researchers with little experience in survey methodsare often faced with analyzing data from surveys to addressscientific and programmatic questions.

This practical book providesstatistical. This book describes key methods and instruments for assessing diet-related factors, physical activity, social and environmental factors, physical characteristics and health-related outcomes in children and adolescents.

These tools were developed and deployed within the framework of the pan-European IDEFICS and cohort studies. The African Journal of Primary Health & Family Medicine welcomes submissions that encourage scholarly exchange between family medicine and primary health care researchers and practitioners across Africa and the developing world, whilst providing a contextual and holistic view of family medicine as practiced across the : Erno Harzheim, Luiz F.

Pinto, Otávio P. D'Avila, Lisiane Hauser. Measure and learn more about patient health and health risks, and how to maintain and improve health through recommended options and solutions. Public Health Research Studies Conduct health-related research surveys that produces data required to make evidence-based decisions to improve health outcomes: track health risks, evaluate programs.

The book is organized into five well-defined sections: Design and Sampling Issues, Measurement Issues, Field Issues, Health Surveys of Special Populations, and Data Management and Analysis. Maintaining an easy-to-follow format, each chapter begins with an introduction, followed by an overview of the main concepts, theories, and applications 5/5(1).

The National Center for Environmental Health’s Health Studies Branch (HSB) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is the response branch for the Center. HSB conducts rapid epidemiologic investigations in response to outbreaks that are believed to have environmental causes and responds to natural and technologic disasters.

The Add Health cohort has been followed into young adulthood with four in-home interviews, the most recent inwhen the sample was aged Add Health re-interviewed cohort members in a Wave V follow-up from to collect social, environmental, behavioral, and biological data with which to track the emergence of chronic disease.

Survey Instruments (Questionnaires) Data, Questionnaires and Related Documentation. Survey Procedures, Sample Design, Variance Estimation, and Other Methodological Studies. Information about NHIS Supplements and Co-Sponsors. NHIS restricted variable information, restricted and public use variable lists.

Summary of NHIS micro-data. As part of the Medical Outcomes Study (MOS), a multi-year, multi-site study to explain variations in patient outcomes, RAND developed the Item Short Form Health Survey (SF).

SF is a set of generic, coherent, and easily administered quality-of-life measures. These measures rely upon patient self-reporting and are now widely utilized by.

As part of the extensive research into early childhood development that ultimately resulted in the Foundation’s Precious minds, New Connections initiative, Galloway Research was retained to conduct a survey that would (1) Identify current care giving arrangements for children up to 4 years old and (2) Gather feedback on related issues such as.

Knowledge of the genetic causes of health conditions and age-related physiologic changes is growing rapidly. Much of the lore of genetics and health, in addition to basic genetic science and molecular biology, comes from the study of informative families and patient groups and, to some extent, from specifically designed population studies.

Studies have shown that coffee may have health benefits, including protecting against Parkinson's disease, type 2 diabetes and liver disease, including liver cancer. Coffee also appears to improve cognitive function and decrease the risk of depression.

However, the research appears to bear out some risks. High consumption of unfiltered coffee. Studies related to this publication: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I, Anthropometry, Goniometry, Skeletal Age, Bone Density, and Cortical Thickness (ICPSR ) National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I: Epidemiologic Follow-Up.

Serving as a comprehensive guide for anyone wishing to conduct online survey research, this book fills a considerable niche in the methodological literature.

The health system has relevance to the social determinants of health and plays an important role in improving health status and addressing health inequalities. However, the inverse care law, which suggests that the availability of good quality health care is inversely related to the need for it in the population it serves, seems to prevail in Cited by: Review of Child Survival in Developing Countries: Can Demographic and Health Surveys Help to Understand the Determinants?

By J. Ties Boerma (Amsterdam: Royal Tropical Institute, ). This book represents the author's doctoral dissertation and resulted in six articles in refereed journals, one book chapter, and an important methodological report.of a survey with other sources and studies that compare the outcomes of a single survey but with varying survey characteristics.

Book chapters and additional reports were included too. Where relevant, results from studies on health care utilization and other types of consumption were included. Existing surveys.