Christine Carr is a research survey scientist and program manager in the Children and Families Program within RTI's Center for Research in Behavioral Health and Development. Ms. Carr is an expert in the execution of multimode and qualitative data collections. She manages site-base, telephone, and large-scale field studies. She also designs data collection training programs and conducts data collection training.
Currently, Ms. Carr serves as the Household Data Collection Task Leader for the National Study of Mental Health (NSMH), a large-scale, population-based study of adults residing in households, prisons, hospitals and homeless shelters across the United States. The study is designed to produce national estimates of mental health and substance use disorders among U.S. adults ages 18 to 65. In this role, she is responsible for all household data collection activities for a multimode survey of over 200,000 households. She serves as the Project Director on the Coding Medical Information in the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, Emergency Department (NHAMCS-ED) project. Ms. Carr also served as an advisor on the Evaluation of the Infant-Toddler Court Program.