Web Survey Bibliography

Title Web-based Survey Data Collection With Peer Support and Advocacy Organizations: Implications of Participatory Methods
Year 2017
Access date 21.07.2017
Abstract

Background: The 2012 National Survey of Peer-Run Organizations is one of the first to survey a nationally representative sample of mental health peer-run organizations, nonprofit venues for support and advocacy which are defined by people with psychiatric histories being in positions of authority and control.

Objectives: This paper describes data collection methods and demonstrates how participatory strategies to involve people with psychiatric histories intersected with Internet research to achieve study aims.

Methods: People with psychiatric histories were involved in designing and implementing a web-based survey to collect data on peer-run organizations' operations and views on national policy. Participatory approaches were used throughout design, data collection analysis, and dissemination.

Conclusions: The extensive involvement of people with psychiatric histories in project design and implementation were important strategies that contributed to this study's success.

Year of publication2017
Bibliographic typeJournal article
Print

Web survey bibliography (8390)

Page:
Page: