Carl Kendall mainly investigates Public health, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Respondent, Demography and Environmental health. His study in Public health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social change, Mosquito control, Malaria and Focus group. Borrowing concepts from Sample, Carl Kendall weaves in ideas under Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
His Demography study incorporates themes from Men who have sex with men, Logistic regression, Gerontology, Prevalence and Socioeconomic status. Within one scientific family, Carl Kendall focuses on topics pertaining to Environmental protection under Environmental health, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Treatment and control groups and Behavior change. In his research, Operations research and Social network is intimately related to Health psychology, which falls under the overarching field of Data collection.
His primary areas of investigation include Demography, Public health, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Environmental health and Men who have sex with men. His Demography research incorporates elements of Developing country, Logistic regression, Socioeconomic status and Gerontology. The Public health study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention, Odds ratio and Environmental protection.
He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and Respondent in his work. His study in Environmental health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Transmission, Published Erratum, Aedes aegypti and Dengue fever. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Homosexuality and Sexual orientation.
Carl Kendall mainly focuses on Demography, Environmental health, Men who have sex with men, Respondent and Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. The concepts of his Demography study are interwoven with issues in Prison, Research ethics, Public health and Reproductive health. Carl Kendall works in the field of Public health, focusing on Health promotion in particular.
His Environmental health study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Transmission, Outbreak and Cohort. His Men who have sex with men study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Condom and Sexual orientation. His Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome research integrates issues from Observational study, Logistic regression, Syphilis, Multivariate analysis and Confidence interval.
Carl Kendall focuses on Leprosy, Mycobacterium leprae, Typing, Skin biopsy and Respondent. His studies deal with areas such as Multiplex polymerase chain reaction, Genetic variation, Immunology and Virology as well as Skin biopsy. His study in Respondent intersects with areas of studies such as Demography, Men who have sex with men, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Young adult and Imputation.
His research integrates issues of Odds ratio, Condom, Risk behavior, Gerontology and Homosexuality in his study of Demography. His Men who have sex with men research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sexual orientation and Data collection. His work deals with themes such as Observational study and Logistic regression, which intersect with Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
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Using Respondent-Driven Sampling Methodology for HIV Biological and Behavioral Surveillance in International Settings: A Systematic Review
Mohsen Malekinejad;Mohsen Malekinejad;Lisa Grazina Johnston;Carl Kendall;Carl Kendall;Ligia Regina Franco Sansigolo Kerr.
Aids and Behavior (2008)
An empirical comparison of respondent-driven sampling, time location sampling, and snowball sampling for behavioral surveillance in men who have sex with men, Fortaleza, Brazil.
Carl Kendall;Ligia R. F. S. Kerr;Rogerio C. Gondim;Guilherme L. Werneck.
Aids and Behavior (2008)
The household production of health: integrating social science perspectives on micro-level health determinants.
Peter Berman;Carl Kendall;Karabi Bhattacharyya.
Social Science & Medicine (1994)
Implementation Challenges to Using Respondent-Driven Sampling Methodology for HIV Biological and Behavioral Surveillance: Field Experiences in International Settings
Lisa Grazina Johnston;Mohsen Malekinejad;Mohsen Malekinejad;Carl Kendall;Irene M. Iuppa.
Aids and Behavior (2008)
Understanding pregnancy in a population of inner-city women in New Orleans--results of qualitative research
Carl Kendall;Aimee Afable-Munsuz;Ilene Speizer;Alexis Avery.
Social Science & Medicine (2005)
Recognizing childhood illnesses and their traditional explanations: exploring options for care‐seeking interventions in the context of the IMCI strategy in rural Ghana
Zelee Hill;Carl Kendall;Paul Arthur;Paul Arthur;Betty Kirkwood.
Tropical Medicine & International Health (2003)
Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology for respondent-driven sampling studies: “STROBE-RDS” statement
Richard G. White;Avi J. Hakim;Matthew J. Salganik;Michael W. Spiller.
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology (2015)
How local community knowledge about malaria affects insecticide-treated net use in northern Ghana
Philip B. Adongo;Betty Kirkwood;Carl Kendall.
Tropical Medicine & International Health (2005)
HIV among MSM in a large middle-income country
Ligia R F S Kerr;Rosa S Mota;Carl Kendall;Adriana de A Pinho.
Results of a community-based Aedes aegypti control program in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.
Linda S. Lloyd;Peter Winch;Judith Ortega-Canto;Carl Kendall.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (1992)
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