Code Book Example (revised by cbc)

Code Book Example (revised by cbc) - CODEBOOK...

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CODE BOOK FOR VARIABLES IN NATIONAL SPNS MULTI-SITE EVALUATION FOR  HIV/AIDS-CARE PROGRAMS ON THE U.S./MEXICO BORDER San Ysidro Health Center; San Diego County, California El Rio Santa Cruz Community Health Center; Tucson, Arizona Camino de Vida HIV Care Center; Las Cruces, New Mexico Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe; El Paso, Texas Valley AIDS Council; Harlingen, Texas University of Oklahoma Center for Applied Social Research 3200 Marshall Avenue, Suite 230, Norman, OK  73072 405.325.0442        fax: 405.325.6936         http://www.ou.edu/border Issue date:  September 14, 2004 Revised by Code book committee on 9/17 & 9/24/04
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Acknowledgements The special initiative for the development of Demonstration and Evaluation Models that Advance HIV Service Innovation Along the U.S.- Mexico Border is funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB), Office of Science and Epidemiology, Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS), Grant # 5 H97 HA 00180 03. The U.S.-Mexico Border grantee sites which updated the Codebook and which contributed to the data base used in this study include: Arizona Border HIV/AIDS Care Project (Tucson, AZ), Camino de Vida Center for HIV Services (Las Cruces, NM), Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe (El Paso, TX), San Ysidro Health Center (San Ysidro, CA), Valley AIDS Council (Harlingen, TX) and the Centro de Evaluación : US/Mexico Border Health Evaluation Center (Norman, OK). 2
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DEMOGRAPHICS A : The module requires personal information from the client. Most of the information requested may have already been obtained during a comprehensive in-take and assessment interview. If this is the case, then you may answer questions in the module based on previously collected information. If you have any questions that remain unanswered, then you would need to schedule an appointment with the client to answer only those questions which have not be answered. In the event a comprehensive in-take and assessment has not be completed, then you will need to schedule an interview appointment with the client. This form may be completed within two weeks of in-take. General Instructions: All questions must be answered. Do not leave a blank where boxes are provided as these will be recorded as missing data and not as zeros. Boxes always need to be filled in from right to left as demonstrated as follows: 1 2 Please write in dark pen, bold block style, ensuring not to touch the walls of the block. For optimum accuracy, please print in capital letters or numbers and avoid contact with the edge of the box. Please note that HRSA URN numbers must be written on both pages of this form. If the
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