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M2 Current Levels of Access

Technical Document
4/24/2006

This file describes the M2 Current Levels of Access

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2006 Child Questionnaire (Q3)

Technical Document
4/1/2006

2006 Child Questionnaire (Q3, 2006)

2006 Adult Questionnaire (Q3)

Technical Document
4/1/2006

2006 Adult Questionnaire (Q3, 2006)

2005 Adult Codebook and User's Guide (Final)

Technical Document
3/16/2006

This Codebook and User's Guide provides a tool for programmers and analysts to assist them in creating cross-tabulations and basic statistical estimates from the 2005 Adult Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB).

2005 Adult Technical Manual

Technical Document
3/1/2006

This manual is designed to be used as a reference by analysts in OASD (HA) as they interpret the survey findings and prepare briefings. The manual provides detailed documentation on the following: naming conventions for variables, editing procedures, selection of records, computation of response rates, recoding of variables, computation of weights, ...

2005 Child Codebook and User's Guide (Final)

Technical Document
2/1/2006

This Codebook and Users’ Guide provides programmers and analysts with a tool to assist them in creating their own cross-tabulations and basic statistical estimates using the 2005 Child Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB).

2005 Child Technical Manual

Technical Document
2/1/2006

This manual is designed to be used as a reference by analysts in OASD (HA) as they interpret the survey findings and prepare briefings. The manual provides detailed documentation on the following: naming conventions for variables, editing procedures, selection of records, computation of response rates, recoding of variables, computation of weights, ...

2006 Adult Questionnaire (Q2)

Technical Document
1/1/2006

2006 Adult Questionnaire (Q2, 2006)

2005 Adult Codebook and User's Guide (Q3)

Technical Document
11/1/2005

This Codebook and User's Guide provides a tool for programmers and analysts to assist them in creating cross-tabulations and basic statistical estimates from the 2005 Adult Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB).

2005 Adult Questionnaire (Q4)

Technical Document
10/1/2005

2005 Adult Questionnaire (Q4, 2005)

2006 Adult Questionnaire (Q1)

Technical Document
10/1/2005

2006 Adult Questionnaire (Q1, 2006)

2005 Adult Codebook and User's Guide (Q2)

Technical Document
9/30/2005

This Codebook and Users’ Guide provides a tool for programmers and analysts to assist them in creating cross-tabulations and basic statistical estimates from the 2005 Adult Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB).

2005 Child Questionnaire (Q3)

Technical Document
8/1/2005

2005 Child Questionnaire (Q3, 2005)

2005 Adult Codebook and User's Guide (Q1)

Technical Document
7/11/2005

This Codebook and Users’ Guide provides a tool for programmers and analysts to assist them in creating cross-tabulations and basic statistical estimates from the 2005 Adult Health Care Survey of DoD Beneficiaries (HCSDB).

2005 Adult Questionnaire (Q3)

Technical Document
7/1/2005

2005 Adult Questionnaire (Q3, 2005)

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