Tobacco questions for surveys. A subset of key
questions from the Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS)
Authors: Centers for Disease Control and
World Health Organization(WHO)
GPAQ data analysis allows to produce, amongst other indicators, the
percentage of a population that meets or does not meet the WHO
Global Recommendations on Physical activity for Health. Click on the
link below for more information on the WHO Global Recommendations on
Physical activity for Health.
Research Methods Supercourse
Soon, Publish Often, a Guide to Scientific Publications
To publish in
international journals one needs expertise in research methods.
However, in most countries there are few trained in research
methods. We have built a research methods Supercourse and help
desk to assist potential researchers in the development, data
collection and analysis of studies
Research Methods Library
of Alexandria(RMLA) Mirror of Research
Methods Library of Alexandria
Alexandria. Survey Portal
Many researches when
beginning research want to use a survey but do not know what to
use. Often they try to construct their own, which is a
mistake. It is much better to use a well used existing survey
where there are normative data and standardized translation. We
therefore have collected surveys on topics that many
investigators would use.
The Tobacco Questions for Surveys (TQS) Guide provides a standard set of
questions on tobacco use, and key tobacco control measures. These measures have
been defined by the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC).
Physical activity is an important component to monitor in populations. Also the
assessment of Physical activity is a component of many prospective and case
control studies. We have selected a survey developed for the WHO as it has been
employed for 1000s of individuals and has been translated into different
Mobile Data Collection Using Open Data Kit lecture - Using
Formhub to create your survey
and collect data. Flexible survey design. Mobile and desktop data collection.
App component developed by Mark Spohr, MD.