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Dr. John Boyle, PhD
Senior Survey Advisor

Dr. John Boyle is Senior Advisor to ICF's survey research practice, which he previously led for five years. He has more than 30 years of experience in design, execution, analysis and reporting of large scale health surveys. Before joining ICF, he was Executive Vice President at Abt SRBI, Senior Partner at SRBI and Senior Vice President at Louis Harris and Associates.  He also served on the research faculty of the Columbia University School of Public Health.

Dr. Boyle has directed health surveys for many federal agencies, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, various National Institutes of Health, the Food and Drug Administration, the Office of Technology Assessment, the Veterans Administration and the Department of Defense.

Dr. Boyle has been an invited presenter at the 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th Conferences on Health Survey Research Methods sponsored by the National Center for Health Statistics. As a well-known survey methodologist, he served on the National Academy of Science's Panel on the Measurement of Rape and Sexual Assault in Bureau of Justice Statistics Household Surveys.

Dr. Boyle holds a Ph.D. and Master of Philosophy from Colombia University, a master's in international affairs from George Washington University, and a bachelor's in government and international relations from the University of Notre Dame.

 

Insights by Dr. John Boyle, PhD

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Many Americans remain hesitant about getting a COVID-19 immunization as soon as an FDA-approved vaccine is available
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LGBTQ community faces greater health and economic challenges due to COVID-19
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COVID-19 Survey: American frequent travelers cautiously eye future travel
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Unemployed Americans are struggling financially, yet they think it is too soon to reopen nonessential businesses.
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Mental health update: Economic challenges caused by COVID-19 linked to greater psychological distress.
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To get Americans to embrace the COVID-19 vaccine, scientists will need to be the messengers.
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As states relaxed restrictions in May, how did Americans feel about the threat of COVID-19 to their health?
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American trust in COVID-19 information from federal and state/local government is trending downward
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Even as stay-at-home orders were extended in April, Americans continued to favor public health over the economy.
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How did the pandemic impact American mental health in April?
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Americans still see COVID-19 as a threat–but increasingly feel that the worst is behind us
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Survey reveals the need for stronger mental health recovery infrastructure
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Who do Americans trust for COVID-19 news and information?
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Do Americans see COVID-19 as a personal threat?
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Americans pick public health over the economy—even with near-record unemployment.
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Looking to hire a survey contractor? Here are 6 ways to pick a winner.
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