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Van Dyke, N.

Methodological issues in the design and conduct of public health computer assisted telephone interview surveys: the case of informal carers in Australia

The academic literature contains surprisingly little information regarding the design and conduct of surveys dealing with sensitive social issues. The present paper is an attempt to help fill that gap so that other researchers conducting similar projects can learn from our experience. In particular, I focus on the various challenges we encountered in carrying out a computer assisted telephone interview (CATI) survey of informal carers in Australia, our responses to these challenges and our learnings from this endeavour.

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 15:15