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Acceptance, communication mode, and use of audio computer-assisted self- interviewing using touch screen to identify risk factors among pregnant minority women
Evaluates the acceptability, communication mode, and use of ACASI among minority pregnant women receiving prenatal care in six Washington, DC, sites.
Describes a protocol for the rapid identification and quantitation of fungi by quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) in carpet.
Assesses the validity of the CDC-RTI Diabetes Cost-Effectiveness Model by comparing rates of diabetes incidence and complications to existing published results.
Using geographic information systems to define and map commuting patterns as inputs to agent-based models
Describes methods to develop georeferenced commuting patterns to characterize the work-related movement of US populations and help agent-based modelers predict workplace contacts that result in disease transmission.
Describes both the methods used to generate the synthesized population database and the final data structure and data content of the database.
A mixed model approach for intent-to-treat analysis in longitudinal clinical trials with missing values
Finds that indemnity-type plans, also known as fee-for-service plans, can survive anywhere because they do not impose restrictions on provider choice.
Compares the features of the web-based data management system (DMS) used for GirlTalk with those of a personal computer-based DMS.
Provides guidance on which techniques work best under different data conditions and makes recommendations for choosing among various techniques when analyzing data from a pre-test/post-test nonrandomized study.
Summarizes data resources available for detection and evaluation of safety signals and critically describes these resources and methods used in drug safety research.
Describes opportunity assessment methods and matches methods to user types in public and private-sector organizations in analyzing technical, business, and market information for investment and commercialization decisions.
Using a model-aided sampling paradigm instead of a traditional sampling paradigm in a nationally representative establishment survey
Findings suggest that a model-based approach offers advantages over the traditional sampling approach; however, a hybrid approach capturing the advantages of both paradigms proved best.