What is the best approach for creating pre- and post-intervention surveys with randomization?

dogdaddogdad Community Member Qubie ✭

What is the best approach for creating pre- and post-intervention surveys with randomization?

Hi all,

True Qualtrics novice here. I have a survey-based project with the following features:

  • There will be a survey emailed to a group of potential participants to evaluate their current knowledge and practices (pre-intervention survey)
  • The respondents to the pre-intervention survey will be randomized into experimental and control groups (is this possible using Qualtrics?)
  • The experimental group will receive an educational intervention
  • Both the experimental and control groups will receive a post-intervention survey three months later with similar questions
  • I would like all respondents to have an anonymous identifier assigned but I would also like to be able to compare pre- and post-intervention surveys from single participants (as well as report the whole of each group). If needed, I can store email addresses of respondents but I would prefer anonymity

Is this all feasible? Can I build this into a single project using a different block for each survey or must it be multiple projects? Can Qualtrics help with randomizing half of the respondents into each group?

I would sincerely appreciate any guidance!

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