A typical study process will start with a researcher contacting the SRSR, we ask that you provide us some background on your project that will help us assess your needs.
We will then follow up with you and agree on a scope of work. Following IRB approval of your script (if needed) the SRSR will program your survey instrument and begin alpha and beta testing.
Once the programmed script meets with your approval the interviewers will begin data collection.
During field work we can produce different reports to best fit your needs; we can produce reports weekly, monthly or at another specified interval.
Once data collection is finished, the SRSR will produce a final data report including raw data files for analysis.
Final Data Report - Example Table of Contents
1. PROJECT OVERVIEW
2. PROGRAMMED INTERVIEW
3. DATA DICTIONARY
4. FINAL DISPOSITION CODES
5. LIST OF DATA SETS, WITH ELECTRONIC VERSIONS