Race- and ethnicity-specific characteristics of participants lost to follow-up in a telephone cohort.

@article{Psaty1994RaceAE,
  title={Race- and ethnicity-specific characteristics of participants lost to follow-up in a telephone cohort.},
  author={Bruce M. Psaty and Allen Cheadle and Thomas D. Koepsell and Paula K. Diehr and Thomas M. Wickizer and Susan J Curry and Michael Vonkorff and Edward B Perrin and D. Craig Pearson and Edward H. Wagner},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={140 2},
  pages={161-71}
}
The purpose of this study was to describe race- and ethnicity-specific characteristics of subjects lost to follow-up. For a study of community-based health interventions, adult subjects from 11 US communities were initially recruited by random digit dialing and interviewed by telephone in 1988; 2 years later, they were recontacted, and the same survey was administered a second time. Associations with loss to follow-up were assessed in separate models for whites, African Americans, Hispanic… CONTINUE READING