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1.

Why epidemiologists cannot afford to ignore poverty.

Krieger N.

Epidemiology. 2007 Nov;18(6):658-63.

PMID:
18049180
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Does survey non-response bias the association between occupational social class and health?

Martikainen P, Laaksonen M, Piha K, Lallukka T.

Scand J Public Health. 2007;35(2):212-5.

PMID:
17454926
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Non-participation and mortality in different socioeconomic groups: the FINRISK population surveys in 1972-92.

Harald K, Salomaa V, Jousilahti P, Koskinen S, Vartiainen E.

J Epidemiol Community Health. 2007 May;61(5):449-54.

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Representativeness in population-based studies: a detailed description of non-response in a Danish cohort study.

Drivsholm T, Eplov LF, Davidsen M, Jørgensen T, Ibsen H, Hollnagel H, Borch-Johnsen K.

Scand J Public Health. 2006;34(6):623-31.

PMID:
17132596
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Health problems were the strongest predictors of attrition during follow-up of the GAZEL cohort.

Goldberg M, Chastang JF, Zins M, Niedhammer I, Leclerc A.

J Clin Epidemiol. 2006 Nov;59(11):1213-21. Epub 2006 Aug 30.

PMID:
17027433
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Attrition in a population-based cohort eight years after baseline interview: The Cornella Health Interview Survey Follow-up (CHIS.FU) Study.

Garcia M, Fernandez E, Schiaffino A, Borrell C, Marti M, Borras JM; Chis.Fu Study Group.

Ann Epidemiol. 2005 Feb;15(2):98-104.

PMID:
15652714
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The Oslo Health Study: The impact of self-selection in a large, population-based survey.

Søgaard AJ, Selmer R, Bjertness E, Thelle D.

Int J Equity Health. 2004 May 6;3(1):3.

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Attrition and bias in the MRC cognitive function and ageing study: an epidemiological investigation.

Matthews FE, Chatfield M, Freeman C, McCracken C, Brayne C; MRC CFAS.

BMC Public Health. 2004 Apr 27;4:12.

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MORTALITY IN RELATION TO SMOKING: TEN YEARS' OBSERVATIONS OF BRITISH DOCTORS.

DOLL R, HILL AB.

Br Med J. 1964 May 30;1(5395):1399-410. No abstract available.

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An approach to longitudinal studies in a community: the Framingham Study.

DAWBER TR, KANNEL WB, LYELL LP.

Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1963 May 22;107:539-56. No abstract available.

PMID:
14025561
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A longitudinal study of coronary heart disease.

PAUL O, LEPPER MH, PHELAN WH, DUPERTUIS GW, MACMILLAN A, McKEAN H, PARK H.

Circulation. 1963 Jul;28:20-31. No abstract available.

PMID:
13941964
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Survey non-response in the Netherlands: effects on prevalence estimates and associations.

Van Loon AJ, Tijhuis M, Picavet HS, Surtees PG, Ormel J.

Ann Epidemiol. 2003 Feb;13(2):105-10.

PMID:
12559669
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The Malmö Diet and Cancer Study: representativity, cancer incidence and mortality in participants and non-participants.

Manjer J, Carlsson S, Elmståhl S, Gullberg B, Janzon L, Lindström M, Mattisson I, Berglund G.

Eur J Cancer Prev. 2001 Dec;10(6):489-99.

PMID:
11916347
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Long-term outcome of the Malmö preventive project: mortality and cardiovascular morbidity.

Berglund G, Nilsson P, Eriksson KF, Nilsson JA, Hedblad B, Kristenson H, Lindgärde F.

J Intern Med. 2000 Jan;247(1):19-29.

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The Prospective Population Study of Women in Gothenburg, Sweden, 1968-69 to 1992-93. A 24-year follow-up study with special reference to participation, representativeness, and mortality.

Bengtsson C, Ahlqwist M, Andersson K, Björkelund C, Lissner L, Söderström M.

Scand J Prim Health Care. 1997 Dec;15(4):214-9.

PMID:
9444727
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Characteristics of non-participants and reasons for non-participation in a population survey in Kin-Hu, Kinmen.

Chou P, Kuo HS, Chen CH, Lin HC.

Eur J Epidemiol. 1997 Feb;13(2):195-200.

PMID:
9085004

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