Survey Research Group (SRG) is a program of the Public Health Institute and is part of the CRGC. Specializing in conducting scientific health-related surveys, case-control studies, web surveys, and both longitudinal and retrospective studies, SRG is an industry expert in health research.
Public health officials, advocates, and researchers use the health data for a variety of purposes:
- To track health risks
- Identify emerging problems
- Prevent disease
- Improve treatment
- Evaluate programs
Since 1987, the Survey Research Group has earned its reputation as a forerunner in the highly competitive data collection arena. These years of experience in the telephone instrument design, data collection, data analysis, multi-lingual capacity, information products, and our commitment to client service sets us apart from our competitors. The computer assisted telephone interview method of survey data collection is well-established, reliable, scientifically valid, and cost-effective.
SRG’s mission is to foster health, well-being, and quality of life through rigorous quantitative and qualitative research guided by the principles of equity in health, environment, education, and economic contexts.
Our strategies to achieve this mission are:
- Provide high quality data and analysis.
- Cultivate innovative approaches to research.
- Conduct state-of-the-art research on a local to global scale.
- Lead professional development and training in research methods.
- Forge partnerships with organizations of researchers, practitioners, and clinicians.
View the SRG brochure (PDF) for more information on their capabilities.
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