Posts tagged with ‘KISS’

  • Some Tips for Healthcare Research

    By jessicabroome on August 13, 2014
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    As a survey methodologist who spends a lot of time working in the “real world,” my philosophy is always: Respondents first. Respondents’ comfort and satisfaction with the survey experience should be a priority; after all, without them, we would have no data! Below, some points to keep in mind when conducting survey research in the health care arena. Who has […]
  • Some Tips For Doing Event Surveys

    By jessicabroome on April 1, 2014
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    I’m on my way back from Portland, where I spent two days at a fantastic conference of independent workers: freelancers, entrepreneurs, and other intrepid souls like myself. Like most conferences, there were a lot of logistics: multiple sessions at once, a space that spanned several blocks, and the basic needs of 400+ attendees. I’m always amazed at people who can pull off […]
  • The Response Process, part 2: Comprehension

    By jessicabroome on May 27, 2013
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    This week I’m continuing my series depicting Tourangeau, Rips, and Rasinski’s response process model in action.   Encode -> Comprehend -> Retrieve -> Map -> Report Last week I wrote about encoding: people can’t answer a question about an event unless they know that it happened. Once we’re sure that respondents know what they’ve experienced, we need to be sure that they know what the question means. Here […]

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