Public Health Methodology continued: we still take it seriously!

A while ago (time does fly!) we have talked about Public Health methodology at the International Journal of Public Health and its special section called Hints and Kinks which includes short methodological reports (1000 words max., no abstract) presenting topics relevant in survey research and surveillance. They report on experiences with techniques in a variety of areas and topics, such as writing questions, questionnaire design, survey implementation, or new and original ways to show results.

Following up on that post, I would like to present you two articles that got published in that section in 2011:

We hope you find these articles useful! What other methodological articles would you like to see in IJPH?

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