David Shellard

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OBJECTIVES To describe response rates and call characteristics using random digit dialling (RDD) methods in a population-based prevalence study of chronic pain; to compare respondent characteristics according to telephone number listing status. METHODS A RDD telephone study of chronic pain was conducted using computer-assisted telephone interview (CATI)(More)
UNLABELLED Background This paper describes the methods and process of the Second Australian Study of Health and Relationships. METHODS A representative sample of the Australian population was contacted by landline and mobile phone modified random-digit dialling in 2012-13. Computer-assisted telephone interviews elicited sociodemographic and health details(More)
BACKGROUND Households with fixed-line telephones have decreased while mobile (cell) phone ownership has increased. We therefore sought to examine the feasibility of recruiting young women for a national health survey through random digit dialling mobile phones. METHODS Two samples of women aged 18 to 39 years were surveyed by random digit dialling fixed(More)
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