Avatar Web-Based Self-Report Survey System Technology for Public Health Research: Technical Outcome Results and Lessons Learned

@article{Savel2016AvatarWS,
  title={Avatar Web-Based Self-Report Survey System Technology for Public Health Research: Technical Outcome Results and Lessons Learned},
  author={Craig Savel and Stan Mierzwa and P. Gorbach and Samir Souidi and M. Lally and Gregory Zimet and Aids Interventions},
  journal={Online Journal of Public Health Informatics},
  year={2016},
  volume={8}
}
  • Craig Savel, Stan Mierzwa, +4 authors Aids Interventions
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Online Journal of Public Health Informatics
  • This paper reports on a specific Web-based self-report data collection system that was developed for a public health research study in the United States. Our focus is on technical outcome results and lessons learned that may be useful to other projects requiring such a solution. The system was accessible from any device that had a browser that supported HTML5. Report findings include: which hardware devices, Web browsers, and operating systems were used; the rate of survey completion; and key… CONTINUE READING

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