Health-related

American Medical Student Association (AMSA) - NPCW 2005

CSR prepared questionnaires that were made available to attendees at the annual American Medical Student Association Foundation (AMSA) conference in November 2005. CSR received the responses gathered from that event and tabulated them. Three different evaluation surveys were utilized, one for Student Leader Evaluation, another for Area Health Education Centers and the last for NHSC Ambassador Evaluations.
Year
2005
Area of Survey Study

Strayer VYTP Smoking Cessation

The purpose of this survey is to determine youth smoking cessation counseling needs of generalist physicians and to identify these information needs among pediatricians and family practice physicians. The survey was a self-administered paper survey which was sent to statewide sample of 502 generalist physicians.
Year
2005
Area of Survey Study

UVA Cancer Center CIM - Patients/Family

The self-administered questionnaires, collected by the sponsor at UVA`s cancer clinics, investigated patient and family familiarity with, usage, and assessment of complementary and alternative cancer treatments and the Cancer Center`s programs for integrative care.
Year
2005
Area of Survey Study

American Medical Student Association (AMSA) 2005 - 2

Questionnaires were made available to attendees at the annual AMSA conference. The University of Virginia`s Center for Survey Research received the responses gathered from that event and tabulated them. Three different evaluation surveys were utilized, one for Student Leader Evaluation, another for Area Health Education Centers and the last for NHSC Ambassador Evaluations.
Year
2005
Area of Survey Study

American Medical Student Association (AMSA) 2005 - 1

Questionnaires were made available to attendees at the annual AMSA conference. The University of Virginia`s Center for Survey Research received the responses gathered from that event and tabulated them. Three different evaluation surveys were utilized, one for Student Leader Evaluation, another for Area Health Education Centers and the last for NHSC Ambassador Evaluations.
Year
2005
Area of Survey Study

Innovative Surgery II

A re-sample study to assess whether there was measurable non-response bias in the 2003 Innovative Surgery study. The questionnaire used for this study was an exact replication of the original questionnaire. The instrument contained questions about surgeons` opinions concerning innovative or experimental surgery. Responses of the new respondents were compared to those who responded originally.
Year
2005
Area of Survey Study

Faculty and TA Perspectives on Student Use of Alcohol and Drugs

Sample survey of U.Va. teaching faculty and teaching assistants to explore their perceptions of student use of alcohol and other drugs. Questions asked whether teaching in the classroom is affected by student alchohol use; whether faculty are aware of resources at the University to deal with alcohol and drug issues; whether faculty incorporate alcohol issues in their teaching; and faculty interest in further information and training on these issues.
Year
2004
Area of Survey Study

Substance Abuse (Recovery Groups Survey)

This survey is designed to gather information from individuals recovering from substance abuse problems that employ either the predominant 12-step approach or that of an alternative abstinence based peer support group. The survey was anonymous and distribution of surveys and reminders was via the group coordinators who were contacted by CSR or Dr. Atkins. The goal is to develop a prototype of a treatment assessment tool, the Treatment Assessment for Personal Empowerment (T.A.P.E.) measure, based on data analysis and scale evaluation. The tool will be designed to provide the best possible client / support group match per treatment approach and aftercare.
Year
2004
Area of Survey Study

American Medical Student Association (AMSA) IV

Questionnaires were made available to attendees at the annual AMSA conference. The University of Virginia`s Center for Survey Research received the responses gathered from that event and tabulated them. Three different evaluation surveys were utilized, one for Student Leader Evaluation, another for Area Health Education Centers and the last for NHSC Ambassador Evaluations.
Year
2004
Area of Survey Study