Re: Question about Tracking Nonrespondents on a Mailed Survey choward@xxxxxx (12 Aug 1997 14:42 EST)
Re: Question about Tracking Nonrespondents on a Mailed Survey choward@xxxxxx 12 Aug 1997 14:42 EST
I sent along a suggestion about your survey to your personal email
address (email@example.com), but the message was undeliverable
due to a "communications failures", whatever that is. Any
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 1997 14:45:00 PDT
Reply-to: Research Administration Discussion Group
From: Research Administration Discussion Group
Subject: Question about Tracking Nonrespondents on a Mailed Survey
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I am planning to mail a questionnaire on health and health care to a
sample of employees whose employer prefers that they remain anonymous.
To track nonrespondents, I'm considering enclosing a reply card to be
returned separately from the questionnaire. The card will have boxes to
check saying that the questionnaire has been returned or that the person
prefers not to participate.
I don't have any experience with this process and am wondering what to
expect. What effect will this process have on the response rate? How
conscientious will people be about returning both the questionnaire and
the reply card? Any advice will be appreciated. Thank you.
Please do not respond to this email, but email directly to
Elizabeth A. Kind, MS, RN
Institute for Research and Education, HealthSystem Minnesota