Factors influencing participation in health surveys. Results from prospective population study 'Men born in 1914' in Malmö, Sweden.

@article{Janzon1986FactorsIP,
  title={Factors influencing participation in health surveys. Results from prospective population study 'Men born in 1914' in Malm{\"o}, Sweden.},
  author={L. U. Ch. Janzon and Bertil S. Hanson and S-O. Isacsson and Sven Erik Lindell and Bj{\"o}rn St{\'e}en},
  journal={Journal of epidemiology and community health},
  year={1986},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={
          174-7
        }
}
Base line data together with data in public registers and a structured phone interview of 94 of the 121 non-attenders was used for an assessment of factors influencing participation in the prospective population study 'Men born in 1914' in Malmö, Sweden. The overall attendance rate was 80.5% but varied among areas in the city from 27% to 100%. The lower participation rate among single men remained, when correcting for social class, significant only for single men in social class III. Men who… CONTINUE READING

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