Generation of Research Model, Intervention Specific

Generating a research model is used when considerable evidence is available and/or if some has an established understanding about a specific phenomena relating to the process, or work environment, they are involved with. This method is used when no existing model of measurement currently exists but existing literature and/or experience can be used to develop a model of inquiry regarding this phenomena of interest. Experts at HCE will develop or help develop a theoretically-driven questionnaire that may best collect information regarding this phenomena and the impact on associated outcomes.

Expected time to complete: Four weeks

Steps to complete:

  1. Listen to all interventions and proposed outcomes resulting from these interventions
  2. Assemble a model for measurement
  3. Test and measure
  4. Examine relation between intervention and outcomes, as well as antecedence and co-variance
  5. Propose re-specified model based on results
  6. Presentation of results using action research to identify missing components of model
  7. Develop re-specified model for next measure
  8. Report Writing

Price listed assumes the intervention sought-after is complex and original.