Seminar/Event Detail

Respondent Driven Sampling Training

Date/Time: 09 January 2014, 9am - 4pm
Speaker: Jesus Ramirez-Valles
Speaker Affiliation: Professor and Director, Community Health Sciences, University of Illinois-Chicago School of Public Health and Institute for Health Research and Policy.
Venue: University of Hawaii Cancer Center, Sullivan Conference Center
For more info: Carolyn Kaichi, kaichic@hawaii.edu, 808-692-1826

Description: Respondent Driven Sampling (RDS) is an approach used in studies involving “hidden” or difficult to access populations. This training provides an overview of RDS, including identification and recruitment of participants, use of incentives, management of interview sites, training of research staff, data collection/analysis, and sensitivity to relevant cultural issues.

Box lunch will be provided.

THERE IS NO COST FOR REGISTRATION. HOWEVER, SPACE IS LIMITED AND REGISTRATION REQUIRED BY DEC 15, 2013

For more information, see the Event Flyer.

Adobe Connect Recording of the Event

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