Inaccessible novel questionnaires in published medical research: hidden methods, hidden costs.

@article{Schilling2006InaccessibleNQ,
  title={Inaccessible novel questionnaires in published medical research: hidden methods, hidden costs.},
  author={Lisa M. Schilling and Katarzyna Kozak and Kristy Lundahl and Robert P. Dellavalle},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={164 12},
  pages={1141-4}
}
Although critical analysis of survey research is limited when reviewers and readers cannot view a study's questionnaire, access to novel questionnaires used in published research has not been systematically examined. The authors identified publications reporting the results of novel questionnaires in three medical journals (JAMA, The New England Journal of Medicine, and The Lancet) in January 2000-May 2003 and searched portable document format (PDF) versions of the studies for the complete… CONTINUE READING

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