Tips & Tricks for Survey Development

Tips & Tricks for Survey Development

May 4, 2015 0 Comments

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“Tips & Tricks for Survey Development” Recorded Webinar

Do you often have the need to create your own survey?  Whether you are looking to measure satisfaction of your stakeholders or trying to collect process or outcomes data, there is right and a wrong way to design a survey.  In this webinar, Dr. Brannon and Christy Winter will provide you best practices on how to develop your own surveys so that you can get the best possible data.  This webinar will address the following questions:
  • Why conduct surveys?
  • What does a survey look like?
  • What method should you use?
  • How do you ask the right questions to get meaningful data?
  • How can you increase participation?
  • What can you do with the results?

 

Meet the Speakers

Christy Winter Manager of Clinical Informatics and Outcomes - Qualifacts Systems Inc.

Christy Winter, LMSW

Manager of Clinical Informatics and Outcomes

Christy is the Manager of Clinical Informatics and Outcomes at Qualifacts.Christy is responsible for assisting customers with outcomes management, outcomes benchmarking and research projects, and providing guidance for product development. She has over 12 years of program evaluation, practice-based research, outcomes measurement, and quality improvement experience.

Prior to joining Qualifacts, Christy was the Director of Continuous Quality Improvement and Practice-based Research at Families First in Atlanta where she developed and implemented a comprehensive CQI and outcomes management program.  Christy has a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Emory University and a Master’s in Social Work from Georgia State.

Dr. Karen Brannon

 

Dr. Karen Brannon

Director of Research and Organizational Development

Family Services of Western Pennsylvania

Dr. Brannon is the  Director of Research and Organizational Development with Family Services of Western Pennsylvania where she is responsible for organizational outcomes, research projects, quality management and improvement, risk management and compliance, and staff training and development.