Print format and sender recognition were related to survey completion rate.

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OBJECTIVE To assess whether print format (single-sided vs. double) and sender recognition (known vs. unknown) affect response and completion rates among physician survey respondents. STUDY DESIGN AND SETTING Postal survey of 399 members of the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians; 2 x 2 factorial design. RESULTS Response rate was 69.4%. Single… (More)

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@article{Brehaut2006PrintFA, title={Print format and sender recognition were related to survey completion rate.}, author={Jamie C. Brehaut and Ian D. Graham and Laura Visentin and Ian G Stiell}, journal={Journal of clinical epidemiology}, year={2006}, volume={59 6}, pages={635-41} }