Published on in Vol 20, No 3 (2018): March

Mode Equivalence of Health Indicators Between Data Collection Modes and Mixed-Mode Survey Designs in Population-Based Health Interview Surveys for Children and Adolescents: Methodological Study

Mode Equivalence of Health Indicators Between Data Collection Modes and Mixed-Mode Survey Designs in Population-Based Health Interview Surveys for Children and Adolescents: Methodological Study

Mode Equivalence of Health Indicators Between Data Collection Modes and Mixed-Mode Survey Designs in Population-Based Health Interview Surveys for Children and Adolescents: Methodological Study

Journals

  1. Colasante E, Benedetti E, Fortunato L, Scalese M, Potente R, Cutilli A, Molinaro S, Zeeb H. Paper-and-pencil versus computerized administration mode: Comparison of data quality and risk behavior prevalence estimates in the European school Survey Project on Alcohol and other Drugs (ESPAD). PLOS ONE 2019;14(11):e0225140 View
  2. Arafa A, Anzengruber F, Mostafa A, Navarini A. Perspectives of online surveys in dermatology. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology 2019;33(3):511 View
  3. van Selms M, Marpaung C, Pogosian A, Lobbezoo F. Geographical variation of parental-reported sleep bruxism among children: comparison between the Netherlands, Armenia and Indonesia. International Dental Journal 2019;69(3):237 View
  4. Jackson I, Etuk A, Jackson N, Osaghae I. Effect of nicotine, low nicotine, and e-cigarette beliefs on cigarette and e-cigarette use in the US population and cancer survivors. Journal of Public Health 2022;30(4):861 View
  5. Coombes L, Bristowe K, Ellis-Smith C, Aworinde J, Fraser L, Downing J, Bluebond-Langner M, Chambers L, Murtagh F, Harding R. Enhancing validity, reliability and participation in self-reported health outcome measurement for children and young people: a systematic review of recall period, response scale format, and administration modality. Quality of Life Research 2021;30(7):1803 View
  6. Braekman E, Demarest S, Charafeddine R, Drieskens S, Berete F, Gisle L, Van der Heyden J, Van Hal G. Unit Response and Costs in Web Versus Face-To-Face Data Collection: Comparison of Two Cross-sectional Health Surveys. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(1):e26299 View
  7. Fareed N, Swoboda C, Lawrence J, Griesenbrock T, Huerta T. Co-establishing an infrastructure for routine data collection to address disparities in infant mortality: planning and implementation. BMC Health Services Research 2022;22(1) View
  8. Coombes L, Harðardóttir D, Braybrook D, Roach A, Scott H, Bristowe K, Ellis-Smith C, Downing J, Bluebond-Langner M, Fraser L, Murtagh F, Harding R. Design and Administration of Patient-Centred Outcome Measures: The Perspectives of Children and Young People with Life-Limiting or Life-Threatening Conditions and Their Family Members. The Patient - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research 2023;16(5):473 View
  9. Komanchuk J, Cameron J, Kurbatfinski S, Duffett-Leger L, Letourneau N. A realist review of digitally delivered child development assessment and screening tools: Psychometrics and considerations for future use. Early Human Development 2023;183:105818 View
  10. Bidonde J, Meneses-Echavez J, Hafstad E, Brunborg G, Bang L. Methods, strategies, and incentives to increase response to mental health surveys among adolescents: a systematic review. BMC Medical Research Methodology 2023;23(1) View
  11. Edwards P, Roberts I, Clarke M, DiGuiseppi C, Woolf B, Perkins C. Methods to increase response to postal and electronic questionnaires. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2023;2023(11) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Allen J, Schmich P. Forschungsmethoden in der Gesundheitsförderung und Prävention. View