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Prince William County commissioned the Center for Survey Research to conduct a third biennial survey of all full- and part-time employees. The survey was completed in May 2008.
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Surveys and data collection
CSR worked with an interdisciplinary team and consultants from the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) to plan and budget research activities needed for an evaluation of the new police policy on im
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Consulting, design, data entry, and analysis
Telephone survey of parents of young children (ages 0 - 5) in the city of Trenton, NJ.
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Surveys and data collection
This pilot project was a supplement to the 2007 Prince William County Citizen Satisfaction.
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Surveys and data collection
CSR provided questionnaire review for the University Programs Council's Spring 2008 web survey, a needs assessment instrument for community building through activities programs for U.Va.
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Consulting, design, data entry, and analysis
The Social Norms Study is about the Health Promotion Alcohol Survey which is developed by the Office of Health Promotion in the Department of Student Health in order to collect information on alcohol
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Consulting, design, data entry, and analysis
CSR advised on and formatted the questionnaire, developed and hosted an online signup database and entered data for the REACH project study wherein low income participants engage in several rounds of
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Consulting, design, data entry, and analysis
Instrument to be developed for mail-out survey about effect on anesthesiologists of adverse event in OR, including most recent, most memorable and all events; pretest results used for grant submission
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Surveys and data collection
This was a mail survey of a random sample of 1,329 physicians in the U.S. and Canada stratified by country and physician type (general practitioner or specialist).
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Surveys and data collection
This was a survey of all fourth year undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Students were asked to participate in the survey in the early spring just prior to graduation.
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Surveys and data collection

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