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Compensating for Provider Nonresponse Using Response Propensities to Form Adjustment Cells

Philip J. Smith

Compensating for Provider Nonresponse Using Response Propensities to Form Adjustment Cells

The National Immunization Survey (Vital and Health Statistics. ... Evaluation and Methods Research, No. 133)

by Philip J. Smith

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Published by Natl Ctr for Health Statistics .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Child,
  • Health surveys,
  • Immunization of children,
  • Methodology,
  • United States,
  • Vaccination,
  • utilization,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11526105M
    ISBN 100840605749
    ISBN 109780840605740
    OCLC/WorldCa47798276

      Smith PJ, Rao JNK, Battaglia MP, et al. Compensating for provider nonresponse using response propensities to form adjustment cells: the National Immunization Survey. National Center for Health Statistics. Vital Health Stat. ; 2()Cited by: A new chapter on telephone sampling, with coverage of declining response rates, the creation of "do not call" lists, and the growing use of cellular phones A new chapter on sample weighting that focuses on adjustments to weight for nonresponse, frame deficiencies, and the effects of estimator instability.

    Smith PJ, Rao JNK, Battaglia MP, et al. Compensating for provider nonresponse using response propensities to form adjustment cells: the National Immunization Survey. National Center for Health Statistics. Vital Health Stat 2 Cited by: Compensating for Provider Nonresponse in the National Immunization Survey with Adjustment Cells Formed Using Response Propensities / Philip J. Smith / Summary Health Statistics for the U. S. Children: National Health Interview Survey, / /

      `` Compensating for Provider Nonresponse Using Response Propensities to Form Adjustment Cells: The National Immunization Survey '' Vital and Health Statistics 2 (): Google Scholar Sobel, Michael E. ``Causal Inference in the Social and Behavioral Sciences '' by: Sampling weights of children with adequate provider data are divided by the cell-specific weighted response rate to allow these children to represent all children in the cell. RESULTS: Using an "optimal" number of cells, the overall extent of bias reduction was %, suggesting that provider nonresponse Cited by:


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Compensating for provider nonresponse using response propensities to form adjustment cells: the National Immunization Survey. Smith PJ(1), Rao JN, Battaglia MP, Ezzati-Rice TM, Daniels D, Khare M; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Center for Health by:   Compensating for provider nonresponse using response propensities to form adjustment cells: the national immunization survey Item Preview remove-circle Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.

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Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 1. Immunization of children—United States. Health surveys—United States—Methodology. Title: Compensating for provider nonresponse using response propensities to form adjustment cells.

when response propensities (only) were used to form cells, the "best" choice of the number of adjustment cells was 1 for 58 of the 78 IAP areas. Smith PJ, Rao JNK, Battaglia MP, et al.

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24 pp. Completeness and Quality of Response in the North Carolina Marriage Follow-Back Survey. Wells, H. B., Coulter, E. J., Wienir, L. July 42 pp. Computer Simulation of Hospital Discharges. February 42 pp. response propensities to have a provider reported vaccination history.

In an econometric application, David et al.7 describe the use of adjustment cells based on the use of response propensities. Little8 describes how nonresponse bias can be reduced by using response propensities to form adjustment cells. Also, Yansaneh.

Compensating for provider nonresponse using response propensities to form adjustment cells: the National Immunization Survey. Smith PJ, Rao JN, Battaglia MP, Ezzati-Rice TM, Daniels D, Khare M, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Center for Health StatisticsAuthor: Quast U, Maass G.

Compensating for provider nonresponse using response propensities to form adjustment cells; the National Immunization Survey Personal Author: Smith, Philip J. (Philip James), Cited by: 3. Author(s): Smith,Philip J(Philip James),; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.) Title(s): Compensating for provider nonresponse using response propensities to form adjustment cells: the National Immunization Survey/ Philip J.

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An introduction to the bootstrap.Low response rates increase the likelihood that estimators of population parameters will be both imprecise and systematically biased. This chapter describes four approaches that can be used to adjust for nonresponse: population weighting, sample weighting, raking ratio estimation, and response-propensity by:   Smith PJ, Rao JN, Battaglia MP.

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