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Eval11 Session 920: Using Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) for Designing a Data Collection System in the Field

Collecting real-time data securely on a mobile device can pose many challenges, particularly when that data requires HIPAA compliance safeguards. Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) is a secure, web-based application designed exclusively to support data capture for research and evaluation. This demonstration will show how to use REDCap to design field assessments and collect data on an iPad in naturalistic settings such as in-home or in the community. This is a particularly useful way to establish rapport with participants and to ensure safe, secure data collection of sensitive information

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Focus Search - Where will we collect this data?


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Eval12 Session 532: Longitudinal Data for Department Assessment: Recruitment, Retention, and Social Capital

This paper’s purpose is to describe an innovative longitudinal survey to advance the validity of evaluation efforts for disciplines in higher education institutions that are under pressure to increase the vocational aspects of their programs. A lack of understanding about how majors search for...

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Pencil Versus Keyboard: An Assessment of Alternative Methods for Evaluating Social Services Outcomes

Recently, these latter two affinity groups have abandoned paper and pencil methods of collecting outcomes data on clients in favor of on-line ones. Purpose: In this paper the results of assessing this change on survey response rates, missing client information, client refusals to participate, frequency of agency data gathering, and the meeting of agency data needs will be presented

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Eval10 Session 521: Evaluation Capacity Building Models, Measures and Outcomes Session Slides

They include slides for all three presentations: (1) Labin, Duffy, Duncan, and Wandersman (keywords: research synthesis, data synthesis, ECB); (2) Taylor-Ritzler, Suarez-Balcazar, and Garcia-Iriarte (keywords: ECB, models, measures, factors, outcomes, validation); and (3) Suarez-Balcazar, Taylor-Ritzler, and Gracia Iriarte (keywords: ECB, context, culture, models). #validation #research #2010Conference #OrganizationalLearningandEvalCapacityBuilding #synthesis #Collaborative,ParticipatoryandEmpowermentEval #Data #context #ResearchonEvaluation

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Focus Search - domain •Timing; frequency; dosage •Adjustments: needs assessment, tailor to context; mid-course corrections •Barriers Evaluation of ECB •Approach, design; data type, timeframe, who is conducting III


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Eval11 Session 992: Narrowing the Gap: Examining the social and economic gaps among a random sample of direct service participants

Baseline data was collected in 2008-09 and again from the same parents one year later

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Focus Search - Baseline data was collected in 2008-09 and again from the same parents one year later


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Eval11 Session 220: An Evaluation of an Innovative, Collaborative Approach to Interfacing Research Systems with the Mental Health Community

Data will be provided to illustrate the number of study referrals generated by the Network

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Focus Search - MOVING FORWARD Lesson Learned: Consumers/Family Members/Advocates have a better understanding of research and indicate an interest in participating in studies Next Steps: Increase utilization of the Network of Care Behavioral Health Research Website through training Address stigmatizing attitudes towards research Increase involvement in all stages of the research process MOVING FORWARD Lesson Learned: Providers who had contact with the PRN have found it to be helpful and beneficial to their organization Next Steps: Arrange for investigators to provide educational presentations including continuing education credits Keep providers informed about the outcome of research that has been conducted at their agency Enable providers to share ideas about potential research topics MOVING FORWARD Lesson Learned: This was not an effective way to evaluate our relationship with Investigators and study teams Next Steps: Incorporate Investigator feedback into the PRN process Obtain feedback from organizations where data was collected Better role definition among the PRN, the Investigator, and the study team For additional information please contact: The Practice Research Network Liaisons Deb Piez Dpiez@psych.umaryland.edu 410-646-0355 Dan Nieberding Dnieberd@psych.umaryland.edu 410-646-1302 Sandra Sundeen, Project Manager Ssundeen@psych.umaryland.edu 410-646-3253An Evaluation of an Innovative, Collaborative Approach to Interfacing Research Systems with the Mental Health Community Abstract: The mission of the Practice Research Network is to build an infrastructure linking investigators at The University of Maryland, Baltimore, Department of Psychiatry with the public mental health system through an innovative approach to nurturing the development of activities that reflect the value of a collaborative and participatory approach to research