OFFERED BY THE CENTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH LAW RESEARCH
This webinar is the fourth installment of a five-part advanced series that reviews in-depth each step of the policy surveillance process for scientific legal mapping. Through real-world examples and interactive lessons, attendees will learn more about the use of quality control measures used in policy surveillance.
Quality control pervades the entire policy surveillance process, from when researchers are collecting the law to publication, and can be done with varying degrees of rigor depending on the researcher’s final intent for the data. This webinar will introduce best practices and recommended quality control procedures, including methods for redundant coding and research and statistical quality control.
- Introduce different levels of quality control procedures and their appropriate use, including redundant research and coding, and statistical quality control
- Apply the techniques using hands-on exercises
This webinar is hosted by expert training staff from the Policy Surveillance Program at Temple University’s Center for Public Health Law Research.