University of Wisconsin–Madison

Megan Saucke, MA

Assistant Researcher

Megan is a sociologist with a background in qualitative research. She conducts health services research with the goal of improving patients’ experiences and quality of life. Her current research projects center around decision-making processes, doctor-patient relationships, and provider communication during patient handoffs. Her skills include design and development of interview guides, focus groups, stakeholder meetings, and surveys; conducting in-depth and semi-structured interviews; facilitation of focus groups and stakeholder panels; inductive and deductive coding, and content analysis; stakeholder engagement; writing and editing; literature reviews; and regulatory compliance/IRBprotocols. Some of the specific tools she uses include NVivo, REDCap, Qualtrics, and Endnote. Outside of work she enjoys choral singing, swing dancing, and bike polo.

PIs: Dr. Susan Pitt, Dr. Angela Ingraham

saucke@surgery.wisc.edu
(608) 265-2458

600 HIGHLAND AVE
MC 1690
MADISON, WI 53792-0001

Education

  • MA, Sociology, University of California-Davis, 2013
  • BA, Syracuse University, 2010