Day 1 2 3 4

7:30 am - 8:30 am

Breakfast - Allegheny Room

8:30 am - 10:45 am

Session 3: Privacy and Confidentiality Challenges in Health Survey Research - Tidewater Room

Chair: Stephen Blumberg (CDC), Brad Edwards (Westat)
Discussant: Doug Williams (Westat)
Rapporteurs: Lisa Mirel (CDC), Jeanette Ziegenfuss (HealthPartners)
  • Risks and Rewards: How Respondents Balance (or Don't) Concerns About Privacy, Benefits of Accurate Data, or the Possibility of Privacy Loss

    Casey Eggleston (Census)
  • Evaluating Survey Consent to Social Media Linkage in Health Surveys

    Zeina Mneimneh (Univ of Michigan)
  • Using Differential Privacy Techniques to Produce Publicly Releasable Estimates of the Cost of Childcare Across the United States

    Quentin Brummet (NORC)
  • How Privacy Concerns Might Affect Social Science Research (When Using Multiple Data Sources)

    Frauke Kreuter (U of MD)
10:45 am - 12:15 pm

Session 4: Strategies for Hard to Reach Survey Populations - Tidewater Room

Chair: Lisa Thalji (RTI International), Karen Bogen (Mathematica)
Discussant: Stephanie Eckman (RTI)
Rapporteurs: Aaron Maitland (CDC), Tamara Bruce (Westat)
  • Fantastic People and Where to Find them: Effectively Surveying the LGBTQ Population

    Phillip Hughes (UNC Health Sciences at MAHEC)
  • School-based intervention research with youth of color in low-income communities: Strategies for recruiting and retaining participants

    Steven Sheridan (JHMI)
  • Building a Hard-to-Reach Sample: Lessons Learned from the Evaluation of Fresh Empire

    Patricia LeBaron (RTI)
12:15 pm - 1:30 pm

Lunch - Allegheny Room

Rapporteurs: Sarah Hagge (MN Department of Health)
1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Session 5: Timely Health Topics and Survey Measurement - Tidewater Room

Chair: Jared Jobe (Independent Consultant)
Discussant: Brian Ward (National Center for Health Statistics)
Rapporteurs: Amy Branum (CDC), Lindsay Howden (Census), Janie Shelton (23andMe)
  • Conceptualizing Disability: An Evaluation of Differences Between the American Community Survey and Washington Group Short Set Questions

    Jim Dalhamer (CDC)
  • Examining Proxy Response Bias in a Large-Scale Survey of People with Disabilities

    Eric Grau (Mathematica)
  • Threats to Examining Subjective Well-Being Disparities: Measurement Comparability in the Face of Acquiescence Response Style

    Fernanda Alvarado-Leiton (Univ of Michigan)
  • Factors Affecting Opioid Use Among Patients With and Without Chronic Pain: Medical, Behavorial, and Socioeconomic Predictors of Opioid Use

    Didem Bernard (AHRQ)
  • U.S. Census Bureau Methods for Measuring Evolving Health Services

    Alice Zawacki (Census)
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Dinner - Allegheny Room