2014- Guidelines for Developing Surveys- RPG-06

by Victoria Jesswein last modified 2020-09-19T20:25:37-07:00
The Clinical Research Center Research Practice Manual Surveys are important tools for collecting primary source data in clinical research studies. Surveys are designed to elicit information directly from the subject; either through interview or self-report. Thus, the methodology relies heavily on the language and interpretation of each question. The goal of survey development is to design questions that are reliable and valid in the context of the study hypotheses. These guidelines address the development of surveys and questionnaires by the Clinical Research Center (CRC) staff and a guide to assist investigators in developing well-designed surveys. They include planning for a survey project, developing survey instruments, pretesting a survey, and evaluating an instrument‟s reliability and validity.

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