Surveys are one of the most frequently used instruments to collect data and help to answer research questions. However, developing surveys is anart—it is a lot harder than it looks because each question must have a purpose to help you answer your research question.
Remember that any unnecessaryquestion costs not only time, but money as well, because valuable resources are being utilized to collect, input, clean, and analyze data that has no benefit to thestudy.
Prompt: Create a survey that contains least five questions that may be employed in your research.
The survey must be specific to your public health issue andresearch question.
Construct at least one question that uses a Likert Scale for the response.
Be sure to include:
Your public health issue
The research question
The type of survey (phone, web, person-to-person)
Who will administer it
A statement regarding what measures you will take for those who cannot read, are blind, or cannot read or speak the language (used for the survey)
Ensure that all close-ended questions have response categories.
Guidelines for Submission: Submit assignment as a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. You maycreate your survey using either an online tool or within a Word document. If you create it within an online tool, such as SurveyMonkey, you must submit a Worddocument containing the link to the survey, as well as the description of the survey.