‘Survey Sampling Strategies’ Webinar Series

Household surveys are a primary source of nutrition data in many countries. Fundamental decisions about survey sampling have big implications for the cost and use of data. The ‘Survey Sampling Strategies’ DfN webinar series examines different methods for household survey sampling and why they may be preferred for different use cases.

Individuals who are interested in showcasing their work in this series can contact Riley Auer (sauer1@jhu.edu) for more information.

Past Webinar

Survey Sampling Strategies: Geospatial Sampling with the Simple Spatial Survey Method (S3M)

Data for Nutrition members can register for this webinar and access supplementary materials here.

Date and Time:

July 20, 2021 9:00 – 10:00 AM ET / 2:00 – 3:00 PM WAT


During the first webinar in the ‘Survey Sampling Strategies’ webinar series, speaker Mark Myatt (Brixton Health) will showcase S3M, an area-based sampling method. His presentation will share how S3M can be used to assess risk of micronutrient deficiency, program targeting efficiency and program coverage among other indicators as well as share examples from a study conducted in Sudan. Q&A moderated by Rebecca Heidkamp (JHSPH) will follow the presentation.


Mark Myatt

Consultant Epidemiologist, Brixton Health

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