Methods and representativeness of a European survey in children and adolescents: the KIDSCREEN study

@article{Berra2007MethodsAR,
  title={Methods and representativeness of a European survey in children and adolescents: the KIDSCREEN study},
  author={Silvina Berra and Ulricke Ravens-Sieberer and Michael Erhart and Cristian Teb{\'e} and Corinna Bisegger and Wolfgang Duer and U. von R{\"u}den and Michael Herdman and Jordi Alonso and L. Rajmil Rajmil},
  journal={BMC Public Health},
  year={2007},
  volume={7},
  pages={182 - 182}
}
BACKGROUND The objective of the present study was to compare three different sampling and questionnaire administration methods used in the international KIDSCREEN study in terms of participation, response rates, and external validity. METHODS Children and adolescents aged 8-18 years were surveyed in 13 European countries using either telephone sampling and mail administration, random sampling of school listings followed by classroom or mail administration, or multistage random sampling of… CONTINUE READING
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