Random Audio Audits
Random Audio Audits are one of the tools to monitor data quality for Computer-Assisted Personal Interviews (CAPI). They consist of recording random portions of an interview, and can help to assess: whether the interview actually took place, enumerator comportment, and accuracy of the data (i.e. whether the responses match what was entered by the enumerator).
- Random audio audits must be mentioned in Informed Consent
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This article is part of the topic Field Management
- SurveyCTO's guide to adding audio audits.