At CHRR, we work with multiple clients on a wide range of diverse and complex surveys and administrative data projects. Below is a selection of past and present surveys. Additional projects can be found in the Ohio Longitudinal Data Archive and American Population Panel sections of our website. If you are interested in using CHRR's services for a future research study, please fill out our Project Inquiry Form.
The inaugural efforts of the Land-Grant Partners Project focus attention specifically on 1994-1862 collaborations. There are many paths toward a more comprehensive set of 1994-1862 partnerships that would be mutually beneficial to these land-grant institutions, all in service to an increased amount of support to Native American communities. Visit the Land-Grant Partnerships website to learn more.
The Ohio Study, also known as Adolescent Health and Development in Context (AHDC), focuses on the study of adolescent health and behavior, including real-time location and activities of adolescents (ages 12-16). Several waves have been conducted since 2014 as the project is on-going. Additional information is located on The Ohio Study project page.
The Family/Guardian Caregiver Survey is sponsored by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) in partnership with The Ohio State University Nisonger Center. The survey is for a family member or guardian who provides paid or unpaid caregiving to a family member with intellectual or developmental disabilities who receives supports from a county board of developmental disabilities. The data provided will allow DODD to understand the challenges faced by family caregivers and formulate policies to overcome them. Additional information about the Family/Guardian Caregiver Survey can be found on the DODD website. CHRR is administering the survey for the Nisonger Center.
The DSP Compensation Survey is a survey from the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) that collects data on compensation and benefits provided to DSPs for delivering routine HPC (homemaker/personal care) services. The purpose of the survey is to understand the impact of the increase in reimbursement rates for HPC services on DSP compensation. Additional information about the DSP Compensation Survey can be found on the DODD website. CHRR is administering the survey and providing survey management, data collection, data security, and database administration.
The Puget Sound Longitudinal Health and Well-being Survey is a household study of Puget Sound (Washington state) residents for the purpose of informing various stakeholders about the health and wellness of the community. The study's principal investigators are Dr. Nathalie Williams, Associate Professor of Sociology (UW), and Dr. Sara Curran, Professor of Sociology (UW). CHRR provides survey and questionnaire design, data security, and database administration for this project.
The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) and the Ohio for Responsible Gambling partners – the Ohio Casino Control Commission, Ohio Lottery Commission and Ohio State Racing Commission – have worked in concert since 2013 to ensure the highest quality Problem Gambling Services system of care for individuals and families. An important part of this process is understanding how Ohioans view and engage in gambling through the Ohio Gambling Surveys. For this survey, CHRR is providing sample design and management, survey and questionnaire design, survey management, data collection, data analytics, data security, database administration, and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony. Additional information can be found on the OGS website.
The goals of the Rapid Coronavirus Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions (NPI) Survey included: providing the government and other healthcare stakeholders in Ethiopia with actionable communications strategies around NPIs to mitigate Covid-19 and to encourage the World Health Organization and other global health actors to prioritize community and national communications as part of pandemic preparedness.
The Exploring Implicit Attitudes in Neonatal Nursing survey aims to explore implicit racial preferences among neonatal intensive care nurses using a Race Implicit Association Test (IAT) to measure racial attitudes and beliefs. The study's principal investigator is Dr. Heather Tubbs Cooley, Associate Professor (OSU College of Nursing). CHRR provides survey and questionnaire design, survey management, data collection, data security, and database administration for this study.
Consumer Monthly Finance (CFM) was comprehensive monthly data on U.S. consumers' credit card use, income, assets, expectations and behaviors. The Consumer Finance Research Group at The Ohio State University produced the CFM utilizing expertise in economics and consumer finance, survey methodology, econometrics and statistics. Read more about the survey on our Consumer Monthly Finance project page.
The Sorry Works! Medical Ethics Project surveyed medical school students and deans, and medical boards about disclosure and apology content in medical curricula. CHRR provided survey management, data collection, data security, database administration, and IRB coordination. Additional information can be found on the Sorry Works! website.
Ohio Healthy Youth Environments Survey (OHYES!) was an online health student survey for grades 7-12 for which CHRR provided the respondent communications and marketing materials and collaborated with several Ohio agencies. Read more about the survey at our OHYES! project page.
The Long Island Supply Chain Index (LISCI) was a survey of Long Island-based manufacturers to gauge economic health of the Long Island, NY region. Learn more about the survey on our Long Island Supply Chain Index project page.
The Aging in Place (AIP) study focused on reverse mortgages in order to better understand their economic viability for older adults. Details about the study are available on the Aging in Place project page.
The Ohio Housing Needs Survey (OHNS) asked about Ohioans current housing situation and the desirability of homeownership. Additional information about the survey is located on our Ohio Housing Needs project page.
Coastal Household Telephone Survey (CHTS)
The National Marine Fisheries Service of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA Fisheries) is required to conduct a survey of marine recreational fishing. This survey gathered information on participation (number of people who went marine recreational fishing at least once within the calendar year), fishing effort (number of angler trips), and catch (numbers of finfish caught, harvested, and released) by marine recreational anglers.
Angler License Directory Survey (ALDS)
The Angler License Directory Survey collected fishing effort data from lists of known or likely saltwater anglers and was conducted in Louisiana and North Carolina in 2009-2010, while the CHTS was conducted in the Atlantic, Gulf Coast, and Caribbean sub-regions during the same time period.
Learn more about the CHTS and ALDS on our NOAA surveys project page.
- 2018 Study of Social and Emotional Skills (SSES) Item Trial
- 2012 Internet Survey Feasibility Study
- 2011 Ohio Mid-Size Business Study
- 2010 OSU Fisher College of Business: Fisher Survey
- 2010 OSU Fisher College of Business: The Influence of Driver Control Practices on Transportation Firms Performance and Turnover
- 2007 Rural Youth Education Project
- 2006 Rio Grande Valley Health/Encuesta de la Salud del Valle Rio Grande
- 2005 New Immigrant Survey (NIS)
- 2001 Global History of Health Project (GHHP) (additional information)
- 1999/2000 Ohio Closed Cases Study (report, appendices)