Qualitative Methods

​Qualitative methods can be used as a stage in survey design or as an independent source of qualitative data to inform effective research and analysis.  NORC collects qualitative data with a variety of techniques.  In all cases, we work closely with our clients to ensure the information we collect will answer their needs and is tailored to the audience.

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Representative Projects

Assessment of the Rural Access to Emergency Devices (RAED) Program. The goal of this evaluation is to provide a comprehensive assessment of the reach and impact of the RAED grant program to ORHP.   More

CDC Dating Matters Experimental Evaluation. NORC at the University of Chicago is evaluating a CDC initiative to help urban communities prevent teen dating violence (TDV). On September 13th, 2011, Vice President Biden announced that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) awarded grants to four communities (Baltimore, Ft. Lauderdale, Chicago, and Oakland/Hayward) for its new teen dating violence prevention initiative, Dating Matters®: Strategies to Promote Healthy Teen Relationships.  More

Identifying Common Evaluation Metrics across the 330A Outreach Authority Grant Programs. NORC is developing and refining a standard process for identifying common data elements collected through grantee-level evaluation activities.  More

Quality Improvement Organizations' Contributions to Rural Hospital Performance. ​This qualitative study identified examples in which rural hospitals have worked successfully with QIOs to improve performance and quality. More

Rural Health Outreach Tracking and Evaluation Program. The NORC Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis, with partner the University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center, is conducting the Rural Health Outreach Tracking and Evaluation Project.  More

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Headlines

News Forbes: What NORC's Greg Wolniak and The Success Study of the Horatio Alger Association are doing to make a difference More
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News Chicago Tonight on WTTW: "Chicago's Richest 1 Percent" with Northwestern's Benjamin Page, and work from NORC More
Posted: 1.5.2012 3:13PM

Contact

Jeffrey Hackett

(312) 759-4266