When developing your survey, whether it’s an online survey, paper survey, kiosk or mobile survey, questions relating to opinions, values, and attitudes require careful consideration. Because these are subjective questions about the thought processes and feelings of a respondent, they are not directly verifiable through external observation. Continue reading
Whether you are designing an Online, Paper, Kiosk or Mobile Survey, this checklist of question development tips will help you to build the best survey questionnaire for your study. Continue reading
As you develop your online, kiosk, mobile or paper survey, you should be creating questions that are as precise as possible. Precision questions have the highest degree of accuracy and truthfulness as a result of the Respondents ability to recall events with ease.
When asking questions about behaviors and activities, the following components contribute to improving the precision of questions: Continue reading
Factual questions, also referred to as behavioral questions, are the most common type of question used in survey questionnaires. Whether you are designing an online, paper, kiosk or mobile survey, this type of question usually asks about past or ongoing observable behaviors or events, which in theory, can be verified by other people. Continue reading
When developing your survey questionnaire it is good practice to use filter questions to ensure respondents only answers questions relevant to them. Whether it’s an online survey, kiosk survey, mobile survey or paper survey, the guidelines remain constant. In the example below of an Online Customer Satisfaction Survey, examples of routing options are shown: Continue reading
Snap Surveys were sponsors of the London Sexual Health Programme and London South Bank University event to launch the PPE Sexual Health toolkit on 18 May 2011. 170 people from around the country attended and enjoyed the presentations and marketplace presentations (sadly we didn’t win the best presentation in the marketplace!)
The toolkit is based on scoping of best practice and provides examples of best practice and resources to encourage patient engagement in sexual and reproductive health. It was launched by Baroness Gould, Chair of the all-party Parliamentary Group on Sexual and Reproductive Health. Continue reading