Patient safety culture, health information technology implementation, and medical office problems that could lead to diagnostic error.
Using Blaise 5 for CAPI.
Practical tools for designing and weighting survey samples, 2nd edition.
Web surveys by smartphones and tablets: Effects on data quality.
Did you know that? Essential hacks for clever SAS programmers.
Going green with your SAS applications.
Total survey error in practice.
Web versus mobile web: An experimental study of device effects and self-selection effects.
Strategies for the effective use of NVivo in a large-scale study: Qualitative analysis and the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell.
Removal of PII.
Web surveys by smartphone and tablets: Effects on survey responses.
Electronic Death Reporting System online reference manual: A resource guide for jurisdictions.
The Cancer Epidemiology Descriptive Cohort Database: A tool to support population-based interdisciplinary research.
PracTools: Computations for design of finite population samples.
Randomized sequential individual assignment in social experiments: Evaluating the design options prospectively.
How to make a stunning state map using SAS/Graph for Beginners.
A beginner's Babblefish: Basic skills for translation between R and SAS.
Supporting SAS In a research environment.
Big data/metadata governance (Paper 1792).
Accuracy of residential geocoding in the Agricultural Health Study.
Adding to the HIV Prevention Portfolio – The achievement of structural changes by 13 Connect to Protect Coalitions.
Data coarsening and data swapping algorithms.
Flat pack data: Converting and ZIPping SAS data for delivery.
How to make an impressive map of the United States with SAS/Graph for beginners.
Preferences for eHealth technology in meeting the health information needs of underserved cancer survivors.
Using machine learning to efficiently use multiple experts to assign occupational lead exposure estimates in a case-control study.
Statistical analysis of transit user preferences including in-vehicle crowding and service reliability.