Conferences and Q-Bank
Question evaluation conferences bring together practitioners in government, academia and private
research organizations to share research, standards and best practices.
The following conferences and groups have specifically focused in areas of question evaluation, and have
collaborated with Q-Bank to host or promote content and materials from their event.
NCHS will be hosting an event to bring together researchers who have conducted
question evaluation research on opioid-related questions from various state and federal surveys.
The QUEST (QUestionnaire Evaluation STandards) network is an international workgroup for practitioners of
question evaluation research. QUEST typically hosts a conference every 18 months.
In 2016, the QDET2 conference provided a creative
environment for researchers from across the world, working in government,
academia and the private sector to come together to share new solutions and fresh approaches to survey measurement, questionnaire design and evaluation.
In 2009, the Question Evaluation Methods workshop was created for survey methodologists to
discuss various question evaluation methods. Authors engaged in an interdisciplinary examination of each method.
A secondary goal of the workshop was to recommend guidelines for evaluation reports submitted to Q-Bank.
In 2002, The International Conference on Questionnaire Development, Evaluation, and Testing
Methods (QDET) brought together over 300 conference attendees represented 23 countries and six continents.