A manager of RTI International’s Children and Families Program, Kathleen Considine has more than 25 years’ professional experience leading complex data-collection studies. Ms. Considine has led projects or data-collection tasks related to patients access to health care, depression in the workplace, home ownership, military studies, environmental exposures, and various longitudinal studies. She uses a variety of data- collection approaches in her work, including computer-assisted personal and telephone interviewing (CAPI and CATI) and audio computer-assisted self-interviewing (ACASI) for in-person and telephone-data capture, as well as self-administered web and Teleform interviewing.
Kathleen A. Considine
Manager, Child & Family Program
BA, Sociology, State University of New York Albany