Data Collection issues: Measurement of multi-pollutant and multi-pathway exposures in a probability-based sample of children: practical strategies for effective field studies

@article{Adgate2000DataCI,
  title={Data Collection issues: Measurement of multi-pollutant and multi-pathway exposures in a probability-based sample of children: practical strategies for effective field studies},
  author={John L. Adgate and C. Andrew Clayton and James J. Quackenboss and Kent W. Thomas and Roy W Whitmore and Edo D. Pellizzari and Paul J. Lioy and P J Shubat and CHUCK STROEBEL and Natalie C G Freeman and Ken Sexton},
  journal={Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={10},
  pages={650-661}
}
The purpose of this manuscript is to describe the practical strategies developed for the implementation of the Minnesota Children's Pesticide Exposure Study (MNCPES), which is one of the first probability-based samples of multi-pathway and multi-pesticide exposures in children. The primary objective of MNCPES was to characterize children's exposure to selected pesticides through a combination of questionnaires, personal exposure measurements (i.e., air, duplicate diet, hand rinse), and… CONTINUE READING

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