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Matt Jans, PhD

National Center for Health Statistics

With 25 years of survey experience, Dr. Jans implements and innovates methods in web, mail, phone, and in-person surveys. His research includes questionnaire usability and pretesting, interviewer-respondent interaction, address-based sampling, and sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) measurement. His experience includes academic, government, and private sectors, specifically the Center for Survey Research (UMass Boston), U.S. Census Bureau, California Health Interview Survey (UCLA), ICF, and the National Center for Health Statistics. He has taught for the University of Connecticut, the University of Maryland, and the University of Mannheim. He is a member of the American Association for Public Opinion Research and the American Statistical Association.

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On Research Podcast: Survey Research as a Method: Part 1

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Season 1 - Episode 11
Survey research, a dynamic method utilizing carefully crafted questionnaires, transforms curiosity into actionable insights by systematically collecting quantitative data on diverse subjects.

On Research Podcast: Survey Research as a Method: Part 1
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Survey Research: Design, Planning, Implementation, and Ethics

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This course introduces survey research design, implementation, analysis, and ethical considerations.

Survey Research: Design, Planning, Implementation, and Ethics
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On Research Podcast: Survey Research as a Method: Part 2

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Season 1 - Episode 12
Survey research is a dynamic method that transforms curiosity into actionable insights. Utilizing carefully crafted questionnaires, it navigates the intricate terrain of public opinion, illuminating trends and attitudes.

On Research Podcast: Survey Research as a Method: Part 2
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