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Survey Research Office University of Illinois Springfield

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Survey Research Office

The Survey Research Office is a unit within the Center for State Policy and Leadership at the University of Illinois Springfield.

We specialize in public affairs research with the goal of advancing scholarly and practical research, while playing a leadership role in state and national policy development. The Survey Research Office is designed for meeting the research needs of organizations, non-profits, government agencies, University departments, and faculty members. We offer the credibility and objectivity associated with University research along with experience in conducting applied research.

We look forward to working with you on your next research project!

 

FEBRUARY, 2015: The SRO is now a member of AAPOR’s Transparency Initiative (TI). As a TI member, the SRO supports the goal of more effective disclosure of research methods by all organizations. For more information about the AAPOR Initiative, please visit: http://transparency.aapor.org/index.php/transparency/index

 

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JANUARY, 2015: The SRO has spent the past several months assisting with community health needs assessments throughout the state. The most recent survey of Sangamon County residents finds that the top health priority areas in the county are mental health, child abuse, overweight/obesity, and access to care. To see the complete report, CHNA_Brief (PDF). The SRO is now conducting focus groups among Enos Park residents (a neighborhood in Sangamon County) for Memorial Health Systems and HSHS St. John’s Hospital to identify ways to improve access to care among the neighborhood’s residents.

 

To receive information on the happenings of the SRO, please follow us on Twitter @SROatUIS.

Students interested in conducting research, please visit our student researcher page.