computer-assisted interviewing

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computer-assisted interviewing

, computer-assisted self-interviewing,

CAI.

The gathering of data from patients about such matters as allergies, behaviors, medical conditions and medications via direct input into an electronic health record by the patient.
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METHODS: In 2009, relationship and sexual behavior data were collected from 1,750 never-married males and females aged 16-18 via audio computer-assisted self-interviewing (audio-CASO during the third round of the Malawi Schooling and Adolescent Study.
Although the bulk of survey data from developing countries--including Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) data sets--is traditionally collected in face-to-face interviews, increasing use has been made of technology-based alternatives, such as audio computer-assisted self-interviewing (audio-CASI).
3.] The women were also randomly assigned to be interviewed about their sexual behavior via a face-to-face interview or with audio computer-assisted self-interviewing (ACASI).
Respondents age 18 years and older answered audio computer-assisted self-interviewing (ACASI) questionnaires concerning mental health, substance abuse and use, exposure to violence, sexual behavior risk, and IPV and demographic information.
They use self-administered questionnaires and computer-assisted technology, such as audio or telephone computer-assisted self-interviewing (36,37).
Another recent mode of CAI is Computer-Assisted Self-Interviewing (CASI), the electronic analogue of mail interviewing.
Participants completed interviews, conducted by specially trained research staff with the aid of audio computer-assisted self-interviewing technology, when they entered the study and then at specific intervals for up to 24 months.
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