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Increasing accurate self-report in surveys of pregnancy alcohol use

This study aimed to identify the factors which would allow women to provide accurate data on alcohol use in pregnancy. It was reported that accuracy increased when simple language, clear question choices and confidential and anonymous settings were used.

Authors: Evelyne Muggli, Brendan Cook, Colleen O'Learly, Della Forster 

Date: March 2015

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