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EPID 7160 - Survey Methodology: Course Guide

Resources for peer-reviewed articles and grey literature about survey development and survey instruments

United States Health Surveys

Quality of LIfe Surveys

Psychological Tests

Education Tests

Family Planning and Reproductive Health Surveys

Children and Adolescent Surveys

Internet-based surveys

Community Health Assessments

Grey Literature with Surveys

The Fourth International Conference on Grey Literature held in Washington, DC, in October 1999 defined grey literature as: "that which is produced on all levels of government, academics, business and industry in print and electronic formats, but which is not controlled by commercial publishers."
Grey literature includes theses or dissertations (reviewed by examiners who are subject specialists); conference papers (often peer-reviewed or presented by those with specialist knowledge) and various types of reports from those working in the field. All of these fall into the “expert opinion” 

MultiDisciplinary Sources


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