A systematic review of Demographic and Health Surveys: data availability and utilization for research
Madeleine Short Fabic, YoonJoung Choi & Sandra Bird
Volume 90, Number 8, August 2012, 604-612
Table 3. Association between total number of publications and number of publications on specific research topics, 1985–2010: bivariate linear regression analyses (n = 24)
|Research topic||Coefficient per year||95% CI||Adjusted R2|
|Population and reproductive health||1.37||1.02–1.72||0.74|
|Fertility and family planning||0.66||0.37–0.95||0.48|
|Sexual behaviour and knowledge||0.41||0.31–0.51||0.75|
|Maternal and child health and nutrition||2.09||1.48–2.70||0.68|
AIDS, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; HIV, human immunodeficiency virus.
a Nutritional deficiencies: Publications focused on nutrition, excluding studies on adult obesity.
b Other: publications focused neither on population and reproductive health nor on maternal and child health and nutrition.
Note: Each row represents an individual regression analysis.