Combining a name algorithm with a capture-recapture method to retrieve cases of Turkish descent from a German population-based cancer registry

Razum O, Zeeb H, Beck K, Becher H, Ziegler H, Stegmaier C (2000)
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER 36(18): 2380-2384.

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An increasing proportion of the 2 million Turkish residents in Germany is reaching the age in which cancer becomes a common health problem. However, data on cancer incidence and survival among Turkish residents are lacking due to incomplete reporting of nationality in German cancer registries. In the population-based cancer registry of the Saarland, retrieval by reported nationality yielded only 38% (95% confidence interval (CI): 31-45%) of the estimated number of Turkish cases in the registry; furthermore, nationality information was found to be inaccurate, and completeness dependent on the vital status of cases. A newly developed algorithm based on family names retrieved 85% (95% CI: 79-90%) of Turkish cases. Combining the two sources in a capture recapture approach yielded 91% (95% CI: 86-94%) of the estimated total number of Turkish cases. Hence, the name-based algorithm provides a new and attractive tool for valid registry-based cancer research among Turks in Germany. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.
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EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER
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18
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2380-2384
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Razum O, Zeeb H, Beck K, Becher H, Ziegler H, Stegmaier C. Combining a name algorithm with a capture-recapture method to retrieve cases of Turkish descent from a German population-based cancer registry. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER. 2000;36(18):2380-2384.
Razum, O., Zeeb, H., Beck, K., Becher, H., Ziegler, H., & Stegmaier, C. (2000). Combining a name algorithm with a capture-recapture method to retrieve cases of Turkish descent from a German population-based cancer registry. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER, 36(18), 2380-2384. doi:10.1016/S0959-8049(00)00333-6
Razum, O., Zeeb, H., Beck, K., Becher, H., Ziegler, H., and Stegmaier, C. (2000). Combining a name algorithm with a capture-recapture method to retrieve cases of Turkish descent from a German population-based cancer registry. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER 36, 2380-2384.
Razum, O., et al., 2000. Combining a name algorithm with a capture-recapture method to retrieve cases of Turkish descent from a German population-based cancer registry. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER, 36(18), p 2380-2384.
O. Razum, et al., “Combining a name algorithm with a capture-recapture method to retrieve cases of Turkish descent from a German population-based cancer registry”, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER, vol. 36, 2000, pp. 2380-2384.
Razum, O., Zeeb, H., Beck, K., Becher, H., Ziegler, H., Stegmaier, C.: Combining a name algorithm with a capture-recapture method to retrieve cases of Turkish descent from a German population-based cancer registry. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER. 36, 2380-2384 (2000).
Razum, Oliver, Zeeb, H, Beck, K, Becher, H, Ziegler, H, and Stegmaier, C. “Combining a name algorithm with a capture-recapture method to retrieve cases of Turkish descent from a German population-based cancer registry”. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CANCER 36.18 (2000): 2380-2384.

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