What are four errors that can easily be made when developing community diagnoses from survey data?
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1. What are four errors that can easily be made when developing community diagnoses from survey data?
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Community diagnosis is the process of appraising the health status of a community, including assembly of vital statistics and other health related statistics and of information pertaining to determinants of health, and the examinations of the relationships of these determinants to health in specified community. For example, through collecting data through variou research methods, community diagnosis aims to understand many facets of community including:
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This solution discusses the four errors that can easily made when developing community diagnoses from survey data. Supplemented with an article by the World Health Organization (WHO) on the topic of survey data errors, as well as link to a guide illustrating how to do a community assessment to avoid these errors and pitfalls. References are provided.