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Ninth Conference on Health Survey Research Methods
  • Published Date:
    May 2010
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Conference on Health Survey Research Methods, (9th : 2007 : Peachtree City, GA) ; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.) ;
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  • Description:
    Session 1: Emergency Preparedness and Surveillance -- Introduction to session 1 / Trena M. Ezzati-Rice -- Real-time data dissemination in a rapidly changing environment / Allison D. Plyer, Denice Warren, and Joy Bonaguro -- Methods to improve public health responses to disasters / Paul Pulliam, Melissa Dolan, and Elizabeth Dean -- The Electronic data capture system used to monitor vaccines during the U.S. Army's smallpox vaccination campaign / Judith H. Mopsik, John D. Grabenstein, Johnny Blair, Stuart S. Olmsted, Nicole Lurie, Pamela Giambo,Pamela Johnson, Rebecca Zimmerman, and Gustavo Perez-Bonany -- Conducting real-time health surveillance during public health emergencies: the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System experience / Michael W. Link, Ali H. Mokdad, and Lina Balluz -- Methodological issues in post-disaster mental health needs assessment research / Ronald C. Kessler, Terence M. Keane, Ali Mokdad, Robert J. Ursano, and Alan M. Zaslavsky -- Session 1 summary / Kathleen S. O'Connor and Michael P. Battaglia -- Session 2: Measurement Errors and Health Disparities -- Session 2 introduction / Timothy P. Johnson -- Measurement equivalence for three mental health status measures / John A. Fleischman -- Reliability and validity of a colorectal cancer screening (CRCS) questionnaire by mode of survey administration / Sally W. Vernon, Jasmin A. Tiro, Rachel W. Vojvodic, Sharon P. Coan, Pamela M. Diamond, and AnthonyGreisinger -- Reliability and data quality in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health / Joel Kennet, Joe Gfroerer, Peggy Barker, Lanny Piper, Erica Hirsch, Becky Granger, and James R. Chromy -- Disability: collecting self-reports and objective measures from seniors / Patricia Gallagher, Kate Stewart, Carol Cosenza, and Rebecca Crow -- The Validity of self-reported tobacco and marijuana use, by race/ethnicity, gender, and age / Arthur Hughes, David Heller, and Mary Ellen Marsden -- Session 2 discussion paper / Joseph Gfroerer -- Session 2 summary / Vicki Burt and Todd Rockwood -- Session 3: Challenges of Collecting Survey-Based Biomarker Andgenetic Data -- Session 3 introduction and discussion / Timothy J. Beebe -- Operational issues of collecting biomeasures in the survey context / Stephen Smith, Angela Jaszczak, and Katie Lundeen -- Biological specimen collection in an RDD telephone survey: 2004 Florida hurricanes gene and environment study / John M. Boyle, Dean Kilpatrick, Ron Acinerno, Kenneth Ruggiero, Heidi Resnick, Sandro Galea, Karestan Koenen, and Joel Gelernter -- Factors associated with blood and tissue consent in a population-based study of newly diagnosed breast cancer patients / Jennifer Parsons, Ron Hazen, and Richard Warnecke -- Challenges in collecting survey-based biomarker and genetic data: The NHANES experience / Clifford Johnson, David Lacher, Brenda Lewis, and Geraldine McQuillan -- Incorporating biomarkers for the fourth wave of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health / Amy Ladner -- Ethical, legal, and social concerns when collecting biospecimen data linked to individual identifiers / Barbara Koenig -- Session 3 summary / Alisha D. Baines and Michael Davern -- -- Session 4: The Relationship Between Survey Participants and Survey Researchers -- Session 4 introduction / Stephen Blumberg -- Hurdles and challenges of field survey for collection of health-related data in rural India / Koustuv Dalal -- Risk of disclosure, perceptions of risk, and concerns about privacy and confidentiality as factors in survey participation / Mick P. Couper, Eleanor Singer, Frederick Conrad, and Robert M. Groves -- Community-based participatory research and survey research: opportunities and challenges / Dianne Rucinski -- A View from the front lines / Robin Brady D'Aurizio -- Incentives, falling response rates, and the respondent-researcher relationship / Roger Tourangeau -- Panel discussion: reactions to: Incentives, falling response rates, and the respondent-researcherrelationship / Don Dillman, Eleanor Singer, and Jack Fowler -- Session 4 summary / Lisa Schwartz and Cheryl Wiese -- -- Session 5: Trade-Offs in Health Survey Design -- Session 5 introduction / Brad Edwards -- Responsive design in a continuous survey: designing for the trade-off of standard errors, response rates, and costs / Robert M. Groves, James M. Lepkowski, William Mosher, James Wagner, and Nicole Kirgis -- Design trade-offs for the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey / Lester R. Curtin and Leyla Mohadjer -- A Simulation model as a framework for quantifying systematic error in surveys / James A. Singleton, Philip J. Smith, Meena Khare, Zhen Zhao, and Kirk Wolter -- Accommodating a changing panel design / Darryl V. Creel -- Survey mode choices: data quality and costs / J. Michael Brick and Graham Kalton -- Session 5 Discussion paper / Paul P. Biemer -- Session 5 Discussion paper / Reg Baker -- Session 5 summary / Brad Edwards, Martin Barron, and Anne B. Ciemnecki -- -- Participant list

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