Reaching black men who have sex with men: a comparison between respondent-driven sampling and time-location sampling.

@article{Wei2012ReachingBM,
  title={Reaching black men who have sex with men: a comparison between respondent-driven sampling and time-location sampling.},
  author={Chongyi Wei and Willi McFarland and Grant Nash Colfax and Vincent Fuqua and Henry Fisher Raymond},
  journal={Sexually transmitted infections},
  year={2012},
  volume={88 8},
  pages={
          622-6
        }
}
OBJECTIVES The authors explored whether respondent-driven sampling (RDS) can generate a more diverse sample of black men who have sex with men (MSM) than time-location sampling (TLS) by comparing sample characteristics accrued by each method in two independent studies. METHODS The first study exclusively recruited black MSM through RDS (N=256), while the second recruited MSM through TLS including a subsample of black MSM (N=69). Crude and adjusted point estimates and 95% CIs were calculated… CONTINUE READING
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