Pandemic Pivot: The shift from CAPI to CATI and the future of data collection modes

Melissa Kuenzi, Associate Product Manager at SurveyCTO conducted a research project to understand how SurveyCTO users pivoted to CATI during the pandemic and how this will change the future of data collection methods.

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WEBINAR: How Nyaka created an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system to improve community health care in Uganda

Nyaka built an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system in SurveyCTO to collect and visualize patient data in Uganda. Learn how they use it to empower their community health workers.

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How Assess Transform Reach Consulting used case management to track 14,000 phone surveys about the economic impacts of Covid-19 in Afghanistan

Using SurveyCTO's case management and CATI tools, ATR Consulting improved their phone survey workflow, reduced errors, and hit their quotas.

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12 Graduate Student Researchers Selected for the 2021 SurveyCTO Data Collection Research Grant

We are thrilled to announce the recipients of the inaugural SurveyCTO Data Collection Research Grant for graduate students conducting primary data collection for their research in the 2021-2022 academic year.

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Learn how GFEMS and ICF are using Audio Computer-Assisted Self-Interviewing (ACASI) in modern slavery studies to reduce social desirability bias (live event)

Join us for our next live webinar on Wednesday, November 3, 2021, at 1 PM UTC / 9 AM ET to learn about ACASI surveys in SurveyCTO with guests from GFEMS and ICF.

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