|Other titles||Household and facility survey on HIV/AIDS, health, and education interventions in 34 Ugandan districts, UPHOLD LQAS results survey|
|Contributions||Kintu, Peter., Uganda Program for Human and Holistic Development.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||2008315663|
Data sources for the surveys were: report (%), journal (%), b personal communication 7, abstract 3, thesis 1. Formal publication of the survey findings (book, journal, abstract) occurred for (%) surveys as of December Cited by: Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) is a statistical method emanating from the brilliant work of Dodge and Romig,1 which, together with that of Shewhart,2 developed into what is known today as Statistical Quality Control. Since the s,3 LQAS has transitioned into the health sciences and has gained considerable appeal in a wide range of applications.4 We disagree with the statement in the Cited by: It sells LQAS short to say that it ‘is supposed to provide a rapid and inexpensive estimate of the prevalence ’. 5 This quote reveals an academic bias in Rhoda and colleagues' view that overlooks a primary consequence of LQAS; namely, classifications carried out at the local level. 3 The first stage is the focus taken by Rhoda et al. 6 Cited by: Point estimates were obtained for the 30 x 30 cluster-survey and the 33 x 6 and 67 x 3 LQAS designs. Hypothesis tests showed GAM as or =10% for the 67 x 3.
LQAS is a relatively rapid and low-cost approach to data collection compared to traditional surveys. CGPP also uses cluster sampling, which is less expensive and less complex logistically than LQAS, but it does not provide data on the performance of indicators at the sub-project level. Sample LQAS Survey Instrument Size: 9 pp Year: LC-LQAS survey report: Ministry of Health, Uzbekistan. National Flour Fortification Program. Ministry of Health, Tashkent; Nepali Technical Assistance Group, An impact study on small-scale fortification project in Lalitpur District Survey Period: February –April Cited by: 1. An Update of Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) Technologies Valdez 1. 1© The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Tools that empower local PVO/NGO managers to make a difference where they work Joe Valadez Professor of International Health CORE Group 20th Anniversary Conference September 2. The guide will aid them to train others in a simple and rapid method for collecting data to use for planning, monitoring and evaluating community health programs. The method is called Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS). LQAS has been used by industry for about 75 years for quality-control purposes.
Monitoring abortion prevalence is essential to plan control efforts. Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) is an inexpensive, reliable method for monitoring abortion prevalence and access to quality reproductive health (RH) services. This chapter presents survey results from in three sites of Armenia (Gyumri, Gavar and Goris) using LQAS principles (i.e., 44%, 95% CI: ±6% of women had an Author: Joseph J. Valadez, Lusine Mirzoyan. We analyzed survey data collected using the lot quality assurance sampling (LQAS) technique from two time periods, and We assessed knowledge, behaviors, and access to SRH services. • More than 13 years’ work experience in research and evaluation in the arena of health and social care in Nepal • Technical expertise on project management, evaluation of research project- mixed-methods [quantitative and qualitative) research, Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) survey, systematic review and meta-analysis of various health and social care related health promotion and Title: Senior Research Fellow - . An Update of Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) Technologies Handout 2 1. A field test of three LQAS designs to assess the prevalence of acute malnutrition Megan Deitchler,1 * Joseph J Valadez,2 Kari Egge,3 Soledad Fernandez4 and Mary Hennigan5 Accepted 3 April Background The conventional method for assessing the prevalence of Global Acute Malnutrition (GAM) in emergency .