New Published Tracking Methodology for Longitudinal Studies


Managing Director Jessica Roche and co-authors Michael Clery, Patrick Carter, Aaron Dora-Laskey, Maureen Walton, Quyen Ngo, and Rebecca Cunningham recently published a benchmark article on the rigorous methodology needed for tracking high-risk assault-injured youth in longitudinal studies.

Study findings showed that it is possible to track hard to reach, assault-injured, drug-using youth populations through the use of established contact strategies and a variety of interview locations. Access the article, “Tracking assault-injured, drug-using youth in longitudinal research: Follow-up methods.”  here, and a podcast on the article here.