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Change in quality of malnutrition surveys between 1986 and 2015
There have been changes in the methodology of malnutrition surveys over recent decades. The objective of this paper was to examine the change of survey quality over time using the change in the distribution of the anthropometric variables as a criterion of survey reliability, and in particular to determine the quality of surveys since Prudhon’s analysis in April 2004
Program Science in HIV and STI prevention
Program Science is an emerging field in public and population health. This article addresses the key scientific contributions that have emerged from the growing application of Program Science in the field of HIV and STI prevention and the future directions for Program Science.Read more
Response to: Simpson’s Paradox is suppression, but Lord’s Paradox is neither: clarification of and correction to Tu, Gunnell, and Gilthorpe (2008) by Nickerson CA & Brown NJL (https://doi.org/10.1186/1742-7622-5-2)
Simpson’s Paradox is suppression, but Lord’s Paradox is neither: clarification of and correction to Tu, Gunnell, and Gilthorpe (2008)
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