Secondary data in diabetes surveillance – co-operation projects and definition of references on the documented prevalence of diabetes

Christian Schmidt, Christin Heidemann, Alexander Rommel, Ralph Brinks, Heiner Claessen, Jochen Dreß, Bernd Hagen, Annika Hoyer, Gunter Laux, Johannes Pollmanns, Maximilian Präger, Julian Böhm, Saskia Drösler, Andrea Icks, Stephanie Kümmel, Christoph Kurz, Tatjana Kvitkina, Michael Laxy, Werner Maier, Maria Narres, Joachim Szecsenyi, Thaddäus Tönnies, Maria Weyermann, Rebecca Paprott, Lukas Reitzle … & Thomas Ziese
In addition to the Robert Koch Institute’s health surveys, analyses of secondary data are essential to successfully developing a regular and comprehensive description of the progression of diabetes as part of the Robert Koch Institute’s diabetes surveillance. Mainly, this is due to the large sample size and the fact that secondary data are routinely collected, which allows for highly stratified analyses in short time intervals. The fragmented availability of data means that various sources of...
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