Survey Research

CEPEG’s survey research unit has expertise and extensive experience in all aspects of survey research, from sampling design and instrument development to data collection and analysis. Our analysts have advanced training in complex sampling theory and methodology. Our survey unit supports collection by telephone, online, and/or postal mail. During the past 20 years we have directed Colorado’s population survey of adult health, which interviews approximately 12,000 residents every three years on attitudes and behaviors related to tobacco and chronic disease. We maintain a population-based panel of survey respondents who are willing to be re-interviewed annually, and we have interviewed the panel and other prescreened respondents on a wide range of topics, from Covid-19 effects on health behaviors to cancer screening behaviors and knowledge, gun safety and medication storage in homes, policy impacts, program process improvement, and patient outreach and recall efforts. Our staff work closely with partner organizations to match appropriate methods with data needs.

For assistance with your survey, please contact us.

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We pioneered the Attitudes and Behaviors Survey (TABS) on Health (previously the Colorado Tobacco Attitudes and Behaviors Survey), one of Colorado’s key tobacco surveillance efforts, and continue to provide quality assurance and data analytics for the survey. Launched in 2001, TABS on Health is a population-level survey of Colorado adults to identify and understand influential factors that public health programs can address to improve the health of our state.
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CEPEG collaborates with the Injury and Violence Prevention Center on their school and youth survey work including the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey (HKCS) and Colorado Healthy Schools Smart Source (Smart Source). These surveys are currently supported by four state agencies, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the Colorado Department of Education, the Colorado Department of Human Services, and the Colorado Department of Public Safety with input from numerous stakeholder organizations.

Community Epidemiology & Program Evaluation Group (CEPEG)

Colorado School of Public Health

CU Anschutz

Fitzsimons Building

13001 East 17th Place

6th Floor East

Mail Stop F542

Aurora, CO 80045

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