We wish to invite you to participate on a survey on personal network data capture. This survey is part of the Network Canvas project at Northwestern University and the University of Oxford [NIH grant R01-DA042711-01]. Network Canvas is a being designed as an interviewer-supported touch-screen application for personal network capture.
This survey concerns the needs of the personal network and public health communities. Our goal is to ensure that Network Canvas can effectively meet many of these needs within the scope of our project. This survey is for internal evaluation purposes.
This survey uses an anonymous link, but on the final page we invite you to give your email so that we may follow up in case we have further questions about personal network data capture and management. This is completely voluntary. It honestly should take between 4 and 8 minutes.
Network Canvas is currently in use in a large-scale longitudinal study in Chicago of at-risk young men who have sex with men and D.Phil research in the UK exploring the role of social networks on social support for people with long term disabilities.
Bernie Hogan, PhD
Co-Investigator, Network Canvas
Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute
Faculty Fellow, Alan Turing InstituteUniversity of Oxford