Surveying physicians: do components of the "Total Design Approach" to optimizing survey response rates apply to physicians?

@article{Field2002SurveyingPD,
  title={Surveying physicians: do components of the "Total Design Approach" to optimizing survey response rates apply to physicians?},
  author={Terry S. Field and Cynthia A Cadoret and Martin L. Brown and Marvella Ford and Sarah M. Greene and Deanna D. Hill and Mark C Hornbrook and Richard T. Meenan and Mary Jo White and Jane M. Zapka},
  journal={Medical care},
  year={2002},
  volume={40 7},
  pages={
          596-605
        }
}
BACKGROUND Surveys serve essential roles in clinical epidemiology and health services research. However, physician surveys frequently encounter problems achieving adequate response rates. Research on enhancing response rates to surveys of the general public has led to the development of Dillman's "Total Design Approach" to the design and conduct of surveys. The impact of this approach on response rates among physicians is uncertain. OBJECTIVE To determine the extent to which the components of… CONTINUE READING

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