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NIDS-CRAM Wave 4 Launch - Shared screen with speaker view
Nic Spaull
02:08
Morning Renette!
Nic Spaull
08:24
Morning everyone! Just resolving some screen-sharing difficulties :)
Mohamed Motala
26:46
Hi Servaas, I can see your video all the time. Am not sure id all participants can see this and/or it is intentional.
Nic Spaull
33:19
If anyone has questions please use the “Q&A function and authors will answer there!
Joshua Budlender
01:17:03
How do the researchers feel about comparisons made with surveys outside the NIDS-CRAM panel, given differences in how questions are phrased (e.g. timing intervals), different imputation methods, and perhaps different sampling frames? E.g. the hunger and school feeding results seem to sometimes use GHS 2018 as the baseline. NIDS-CRAM previously cautioned against comparing NIDS-CRAM income to NIDS 2018 income (and you got implausible results if you did so). In terms of hunger specifically, dramatic differences between reported long-run changes in “ran out of money” and “child hunger” may provide additional reason to think that the surveys are not completely comparable?
Joshua Budlender
01:19:00
(apologies for putting in chat, I cannot ask Qs in the Q&A)
Joshua Budlender
01:40:40
Thanks very much for that considered and helpful answer Servaas!
Joshua Budlender
01:42:25
Thanks Nic!
Joshua Budlender
01:43:48
Thanks Mpumi!
Nic Spaull
01:45:53
Vaccine paper 1 - https://cramsurvey.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/3.-Burger-R.-Buttenheim-A.-English-R.-Maughan-Brown-B.-Kohler-T.-_-Tameris-M.-2021.-COVID-19-vaccine-hesitancy-in-South-Africa-Results-from-NIDS-CRAM-Wave-4.pdf and 2 - https://cramsurvey.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/6.-Kollamparambil-U.-Oyenubi-A.-_-Nwosu-C.-2021.-COVID-19-vaccine-intentions-in-South-Africa-Health-communication-strategy-to-address-vaccine-hesitancy..pdf
Nic Spaull
02:07:15
Thanks for joining everyone! https://cramsurvey.org/reports/
Joshua Budlender
02:07:43
Thank you everyone for all of this work!