Published on in Vol 18, No 3 (2016): March

Assessing the Effects of Participant Preference and Demographics in the Usage of Web-based Survey Questionnaires by Women Attending Screening Mammography in British Columbia

Assessing the Effects of Participant Preference and Demographics in the Usage of Web-based Survey Questionnaires by Women Attending Screening Mammography in British Columbia

Assessing the Effects of Participant Preference and Demographics in the Usage of Web-based Survey Questionnaires by Women Attending Screening Mammography in British Columbia

Journals

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  11. Patel S, Boulton K, Redoblado-Hodge M, Papanicolaou A, Barnett D, Bennett B, Drevensek S, Cramsie J, Ganesalingam K, Ong N, Rozsa M, Sutherland R, Williamsz M, Pokorski I, Song Y, Silove N, Guastella A. The Acceptability and Efficacy of Electronic Data Collection in a Hospital Neurodevelopmental Clinic: Pilot Questionnaire Study. JMIR Formative Research 2021;5(1):e18214 View
  12. Hamid M, Kumar A, Gunaseelan L, Arulchelvan A, Sinha A, Razi S, Subhan M, Subhan S, Kapoor S, Salim A. Innovative online care: A cross-sectional survey study of potential benefits and challenges of online lactation consultation service with paediatrician consultation. Paediatrics & Child Health 2022;27(7):414 View
  13. Ali M, Amirthalingam P, Alatawi Y, Aljabri A. Patient Satisfaction of Ambulatory Care Pharmacy Services. Journal of Patient Experience 2022;9:237437352211126 View
  14. Ma X, Yang X, Yin H, Wang Y, Tian Y, Long C, Bai C, Dong F, Wang Z, Liu T, Gu X. Stunting among kindergarten children in China in the context of COVID-19: A cross-sectional study. Frontiers in Pediatrics 2022;10 View
  15. Campbell C, Taylor-Clark T, A Loan L. Protecting nurse survey participants: Ethical considerations for conducting survey research among nurses. Clinical Ethics 2022;17(4):391 View
  16. Stahl K, Groene O, Mockridge J. ASK ME!—Routine measurement of patient experience with patient safety in ambulatory care: A mixed-mode survey. PLOS ONE 2021;16(12):e0259252 View
  17. Disher N, Scott J, Tyzik A, Golden S, Baker G, Hynes D, Slatore C. Evaluation of survey delivery methods in a national study of Veteran’s healthcare preferences. Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology 2023 View