The impact of survey nonresponse bias on conclusions drawn from a mammography intervention trial.

@article{Partin2003TheIO,
  title={The impact of survey nonresponse bias on conclusions drawn from a mammography intervention trial.},
  author={Melissa R Partin and Michael E Malone and Mary Winnett and Jonathan Slater and Annette Bar-Cohen and Lee Caplan},
  journal={Journal of clinical epidemiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={56 9},
  pages={867-73}
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE This study demonstrates the impact of survey nonresponse bias on conclusions from a mammography trial targeting a disadvantaged population. METHODS The trial randomized 1558 women to three interventions designed to promote repeat mammography: mailed reminder (minimum group); mailed thank-you card, patient newsletters, and reminder (maximum group); and no mailings (control group). The primary outcome, repeat mammogram within 15 months, was assessed from administrative… CONTINUE READING

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