My colleagues and I at RAND Corporation recently published a paper with the results of our pilot test using EgoWeb 2.0 as a substance use intervention for housing first residents in Skid Row, Los Angeles. A pilot test of a
A new update to EgoWeb 2.0 has some big changes. There is now a more flexible authoring section with the ability to have multiple name generators. See this page for screen shots and descriptions of how it works. The rest
egoweb.info, which directs to egoweb.wikispaces.com is now the top hit for “egoweb”! I’m probably the only one excited about this (maybe a few others whom I have been complaining to about this). There are a few odd links still showing
I tweeted about this recently but I thought I would also post here. Here is the link to the issue and here the link to download the article. If I am not mistaken, this is the first article based on
There are some bloken links showing up at the top of google searches for “egoweb” but the content in these links were out of date. I moved all content about EgoWeb that was on a few different pages onto egoweb.wikispaces.com.
Two articles have come out recently describing our work using EgoWeb to deliver a social network intervention for Housing First residents in Los Angeles. Both articles are published in Addiction Science & Clinical Practice (an open access journal). Feasibility of a
Hello, this is my first post of this site. I’ll update this site with news about my publications, presentations, new developments with EgoWeb, research methods trainings, and misc. I’ll also mention interesting things I run across, mostly dealing with mixed-methods