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06 February 2023

How Respondent Centred Design can be used to tackle survey challenges

City-ESS HQ-NatCen survey methodology seminar series

Online survey

Find our more about respondent centred survey design at the next methods seminar.

Speakers: Laura Wilson, Emma Dickinson and Colin Beavan-Seymour, Office for National Statistics

Date: Monday 6 February 2023, 12:00 – 13:00

This webinar was originally scheduled to be held on 18 January. Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances, we had to postpone this event.

This online event is free to attend, please register using the link below.

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Abstract

The first half of this talk will introduce Respondent Centred Design (RCD) as a method to use when designing and developing a survey.

It also provides an overview of the accompanying Respondent Centred Design Framework and Agile delivery methodology.

The second half of this talk will explore the common challenges faced by survey practitioners and demonstrate how the utilisation of RCD can help to overcome them.

The speakers will share examples of work from the Office for National Statistics where RCD has been employed across the data lifecycle.

About the speakers

Laura Wilson is a Principal Social Researcher and the Data Collection lead for the UK Government Data Quality Hub (DQHub).

Although based at the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the remit of her role extends to improving the quality of all data across government.

Emma Dickinson is a Principal Social Researcher and is the co-lead of the ONS Social Survey Transformation (SST) Research and Design Team.

Emma is an experienced qualitative researcher and a subject matter expert in the collection of socio-demographic information.

Colin Bevan-Seymour is a Principal Social Researcher and is head of the Analysis and Evaluation Team in SST.

Colin has extensive experience in survey design and led on the development and implementation of the Labour Market Survey statistical design when it was launched in April 2020.

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