Michelle Ruddick is a Vice President in our Large Surveys Practice and a survey methodologist with 20+ years of experience in all phases of survey research, including survey operations design and innovation, methods research, and management. She has directed several important studies with a wide variety of research topics, including the 2018 Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey and the 2020 American National Election Studies, and contributed methodological and operational expertise to several others.
Her recent project management experience focused on multimode data collection, including an innovative combination of online data collection, telephone interviews, and video interviews using computer-assisted video interviewing (CAVI).
Ruddick is involved in corporate efforts to assess and implement IT innovations and technology as well as facilitate interactions with field staff.
- MS, Survey Methodology, University of Maryland
- BA, Sociology, University of Virginia
Development and implementation of a combined nurse care manager and community health worker training curriculum to address hypertension disparities
Journal of Ambulatory Care Management
C. Alvarez, C. Ibe, K. Dietz, N.D. Carrero, G. Avornu, R.-A. Turkson-Ocran, J. Bhattarai, et al.DOILink for: Development and implementation of a combined nurse care manager and community health worker training curriculum to address hypertension disparities
Peritoneal cytology as an indicator of peritoneal metastases in colorectal cancer
Journal of Surgical Oncology
P.H. Sugarbaker, T. Deng, D. ChangDOILink for: Peritoneal cytology as an indicator of peritoneal metastases in colorectal cancer
2018 CBECS stratum misclassification: Issue and solutions
Michelle Ruddick, F. Hubbard, J. Green, D. Morganstein, K. LewisSOURCE2018 CBECS stratum misclassification: Issue and solutions