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State of the Project SHARELIFE Delft, April 29th 2008 (Mathis Schröder). Agenda. Timeline: detailed schedule Translation and Certification Country pilot feedback Country pilot results. Tasks and Timetable (from March 2007). Phase 1: First Pre-Test by December 2007

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State of the ProjectSHARELIFE

Delft, April 29th 2008

(Mathis Schröder)

agenda
Agenda
  • Timeline: detailed schedule
  • Translation and Certification
  • Country pilot feedback
  • Country pilot results
tasks and timetable from march 2007
Tasks and Timetable(from March 2007)
  • Phase 1: First Pre-Test by December 2007

First survey draft: finished in July 2007

Programming: finished in September 2007

1st pilot : finished successfully in September/October 2007

2nd pilot: not in the field in January 2008, “in-house” testing

  • Phase 2: Main Survey ready by November 2008

survey revision and translation for country pilots: March 2008

country pre-testing: July 2008

  • Phase 3: “First Results” by December 2009

data collection finished: June 2009

cleaning and first evaluation: November 2009

timeline pre test
Timeline – Pre-Test
  • Translations (LMU open):
    • Version 3.5 (changes from pilot): May 2nd to May 9th
    • Version 3.6 (pre-test version): May 16th to May 23rd
  • SMS/CAPI versions scheduled release:
    • Version 3.5 (generic): May 6th

-> feedback until May 12th

    • Version 3.5 (country): May 16th (Translation!)
    • Version 3.6 (generic): May 16th
    • Version 3.6 (country): May 30th (Translation!)
  • SMS Server:
    • First version released May 9th
    • Final generic version May 16th
timeline pre test1
Timeline – Pre-Test
  • Fieldwork material:
    • SRC prepares
    • To be delivered by May 13th
  • Preload database:
    • Prepared by MEA by May 16th
    • Checked by Agencies until pre-test starts in June
  • TTT:
    • Server SMS: May 19th, Frankfurt Airport, 10:30-16:00
    • Make sure Survey Agencies know!
    • May 27th-29th in Mannheim
timeline pre test2
Timeline – Pre-Test
  • Pre-Test Field Duration:
    • National Training Sessions (NTS) from June 2nd to 13th
    • Deliver Data by July 18th (50 days after TTT)
  • After the pre-test…
    • Evaluation of pre-test results in August
    • Edesheim 21./22.8.
    • Translate the changes to final version
  • TTT September 23rd – 26th in Mannheim
  • Main Field Duration:
    • Start in October/November 2008
    • Be finished by March/April 2009
adaptation
Adaptation
  • Certification
    • Done externally by cApStAn
    • Received a subset of the translated questions
    • Evaluate adaptations using the generic questionnaire
    • 14 Items in the first round, for all countries
    • Based on first round results, second round with 11 Items
    • 5 out of 10 versions went into second round
    • Overall, some flaws were found, some questioning the comparability of the questions across countries
  • For the LMU 3.5, each country will receive the results of the certification separately tomorrow (4-30)
pilot feedback
Pilot - Feedback
  • Thanks to all CTLs for providing feedback!
  • The interviewer feedback is mainly positive
    • Interview enjoyable
    • Almost no technical breakdowns
    • Flexible modules order was not used
    • Corrections were made via the calendar
    • The search tool is not used…
length summary
Length Summary
  • We are overall OK in terms of time
  • What happened in Denmark?
  • Some quick stats: 2% > 2.5 h 4% > 2 h 15% > 1.5 h 26% < 45 min 3% < 30 min
  • But: still add CV and Grip Strength
and what now
And what now…?
  • Cuts or changes have already been made in the…
    • AC module: moves starting at age 10
    • RE module: some questions out, clarified others (ISCO)
    • HS module: deleted some questions, combined others
    • HC module: major cuts in the loops for preventive care
    • RC module: cut the stillbirths and abortion loop
    • RP module: improved the marriage section
  • Addition in the GL-module on persecution
    • Thanks to Radim and Michal for pointing this out
    • One general filter and then some follow up questions