National probability samples in studies of low-prevalence diseases. Part I: Perspectives and lessons from the HIV cost and services utilization study.

@article{Shapiro1999NationalPS,
  title={National probability samples in studies of low-prevalence diseases. Part I: Perspectives and lessons from the HIV cost and services utilization study.},
  author={Martin Shapiro and Marc L. Berk and Sandra H. Berry and C A Emmons and Leslie A Athey and David C. Hsia and Arleen A Leibowitz and Carl A. Maida and Marvin Marcus and Judy Perlman and Claudia L. Schur and Mark A. Schuster and J Walton Senterfitt and Samuel A. Bozzette},
  journal={Health services research},
  year={1999},
  volume={34 5 Pt 1},
  pages={951-68}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the trade-offs inherent in selecting a sample design for a national study of care for an uncommon disease, and the adaptations, opportunities and costs associated with the choice of national probability sampling in a study of HIV/AIDS. SETTING A consortium of public and private funders, research organizations, community advocates, and local providers assembled to design and execute the study. DESIGN Data collected by providers or collected for administrative purposes… CONTINUE READING

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