Suggested Course Tracks

New this year, the program has restructured the short courses and defined five tracks that will likely appeal to different groups of researchers and data collection managers interested in learning more about responsive and adaptive survey design. Interested participants can register (http://si.isr.umich.edu/enroll) for one or more tracks, or simply register for one or more of the short courses that define a given track.


Introductory Track

Are you new to responsive and adaptive survey design, and looking to learn more about basic concepts and how this technique is applied in the field? Then consider taking our Introductory Track, defined by these two one-day short courses that will take place on June 17 and June 18, 2019:



Management Track

Are you a survey manager or director, interested in learning more about how to use RSD principles to increase the efficiency of your data collections? Then consider taking our Management Track, defined by these three one-day short courses that will take place on June 19, 20, and 21, 2019:


Statistical Track

Are you a survey statistician, interested in learning more about how data quality indicators that inform RSD, implementing interventions in an RSD framework, and how these designs are used in the Federal statistical system? Then consider taking our Statistical Track, defined by these three one-day short courses that will take place on June 19, 20, and 21, 2019:


Population Science Track

Are you a population health scientist, demographer, or epidemiologist, interested in learning how RSD can improve the efficiency of your data collections, including those with smaller scale? Then consider taking our Population Science Track, defined by these three one-day short courses that will take place on June 17, 18, and 19, 2019:


Clinical Trials Track

Do you conduct randomized clinical trials, or test behavioral or preventative interventions? Then consider taking our Clinical Trials Track, defined by these three one-day short courses that will take place on June 17, 18, and 19, 2019:


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