Published on 14.09.17 in Vol 3, No 3 (2017): Jul-Sept
Works citing "Sample Size Calculations for Population Size Estimation Studies Using Multiplier Methods With Respondent-Driven Sampling Surveys"
According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.7909):
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- Weikum D, Kelly-Hanku A, Hou P, Kupul M, Amos-Kuma A, Badman SG, Dala N, Coy KC, Kaldor JM, Vallely AJ, Hakim AJ. Kuantim mi tu (“Count me too”): Using Multiple Methods to Estimate the Number of Female Sex Workers, Men Who Have Sex With Men, and Transgender Women in Papua New Guinea in 2016 and 2017. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2019;5(1):e11285CrossRef
- Mikomangwa WP, Madende NA, Kilonzi M, Mlyuka HJ, Ndayishimiye P, Marealle AI, Mutagonda R. Unlawful dispensing practice of diazepam: a simulated client approach in community pharmacies in the north-west of Dar-es-Salaam region, Tanzania. BMC Health Services Research 2019;19(1)CrossRef
- Avasthi A, Basu D, Subodh B, Gupta PK, Goyal B, Sidhu B, Gargi P, Sharma A, Ghosh A. Epidemiology of dependence on illicit substances, with a special focus on opioid dependence, in the State of Punjab, India: Results from two different yet complementary survey methods. Asian Journal of Psychiatry 2019;39:70CrossRef
- Rice B, Sanchez T, Baral S, Mee P, Sabin K, Garcia-Calleja JM, Hargreaves J. Know Your Epidemic, Strengthen Your Response: Developing a New HIV Surveillance Architecture to Guide HIV Resource Allocation and Target Decisions. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(1):e18CrossRef