Published on in Vol 12, No 4 (2010): Oct-Dec

The Influence of Response Mode on Study Results: Offering Cigarette Smokers a Choice of Postal or Online Completion of a Survey

The Influence of Response Mode on Study Results: Offering Cigarette Smokers a Choice of Postal or Online Completion of a Survey

The Influence of Response Mode on Study Results: Offering Cigarette Smokers a Choice of Postal or Online Completion of a Survey

Journals

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  18. Lehane C, Dammeyer J, Wittich W. Intra- and interpersonal effects of coping on the psychological well-being of adults with sensory loss and their spouses. Disability and Rehabilitation 2019;41(7):796 View
  19. Mowforth O, Davies B, Kotter M. Quality of Life Among Informal Caregivers of Patients With Degenerative Cervical Myelopathy: Cross-Sectional Questionnaire Study. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2019;8(4):e12381 View
  20. Cotton C, Baird D, Sandler R, Long M. Hormonal Contraception Use is Common Among Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and an Elevated Risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 2016;22(7):1631 View
  21. Pilz A, Zink A, Schielein M, Hell K, Romer K, Hillmann E, Bäumer D, Reinhardt M, Wagner N. Despite large choice of effective therapies: Individuals with psoriasis still seem undertreated. JDDG: Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft 2021;19(7):1003 View
  22. Pilz A, Zink A, Schielein M, Hell K, Romer K, Hillmann E, Bäumer D, Reinhardt M, Wagner N. Trotz einer großen Auswahl wirksame Medikamente: Psoriatiker scheinen immer noch untertherapiert zu sein. JDDG: Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft 2021;19(7):1003 View