Management of Delphi study regarding the development of ongoing behavioral risk factor surveillance system in the Republic of Moldova
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RAEVSCHI, Elena; ABABIY, Ivan; VATAMAN, Eleonora. Management of Delphi study regarding the development of ongoing behavioral risk factor surveillance system in the Republic of Moldova. In: Moldovan Medical Journal. 2017, nr. 3(60), pp. 54-58. ISSN 2537-6373.
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Moldovan Medical Journal
Numărul 3(60) / 2017 / ISSN 2537-6373 /ISSNe 2537-6381

Management of Delphi study regarding the development of ongoing behavioral risk factor surveillance system in the Republic of Moldova

CZU: 614.2:616.1:004.891(478)
Pag. 54-58

Raevschi Elena1, Ababiy Ivan1, Vataman Eleonora2
 
1 ”Nicolae Testemițanu” State University of Medicine and Pharmacy,
2 Institute of Cardiology
 
Disponibil în IBN: 18 octombrie 2017


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Background: Implementation of ongoing behavioral risk factor surveillance system (BRFSS) can improve prevention and control of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) in the Republic of Moldova. Delphi study regarding the development of ongoing behavioral risk factor surveillance system in the Republic of Moldova contributes to evidence-based credible model of implementation in order to support National Strategy on Noncommunicable Diseases Prevention and Control for the period 2012-2020. The article has highlighted the aspects of designing Delphi survey which should be considered for making sense of consensus. Material and methods: The study used Delphi techniques to achieve in an effective way experts’ consensus in terms of development of ongoing BRFSS in the Republic of Moldova. Results: The research found that Delphi panelists similarly trained and competent in the area of knowledge related to the target issue contributed to achievement of the consensus agreement for all items in discussion regardless the national or international affiliation. Conclusions: Well-designed Delphi panel are important for effective and reasonable survey management in terms of achieving feasible consensus agreement to support effective decision-making for further development.

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Delphi study,

ongoing behavioral risk factor surveillance system