Factors relating to participation in follow-up to the 45 and up study in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal individuals
Background: This study aimed to characterise the factors relating to participation in a postal follow-up study in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal individuals, given the need to quantify potential biases from loss to follow-up and the lack of evidence regarding postal surveys among Aboriginal people. Methods: The first 100,000 participants from the Sax Institute's 45 and Up Study, a large scale cohort study, were posted a follow-up questionnaire gathering general demographic, health and risk...[Show more]
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