This guide to the essentials of doing participatory methods in a broad range of health contexts covers all of the stages of the research process, from research design right through to dissemination. With chapters from international contributors, each with many years’ experience using participatory qualitative approaches, it provides guidance on. - Ethical issues in Participatory Research - Designing and conduction Participatory Research projects - Data management and analysis - Researching with different populations - New technologies Packed full of up to date and engaging case studies, Using Participatory Qualitative Research Methodologies in Health offers a wide range of perspectives and voices on the practicalities and theoretical issues involved in conducting participatory research today. It is the ideal resource for students and researchers embarking upon a participatory research project.

Drawing Conclusions from Your Research

Drawing Conclusions from Your Research

Gina Higginbottom Sophie Yohani


A conclusion is not simply a summary of the findings and the research conducted. Importantly, the conclusion provides a significant and vital opportunity to explain to the reader exactly what the research means to the various audiences who have an interest in the research. The conclusion provides the potential to explore in depth and detail the broader implications of the findings, while stating the limitations of the research and clearly delineating the parameters. Like all stages of participatory research, drawing conclusions and dissemination of research findings must adhere to the principles of participatory research.


In this chapter, we map out and explore strategies for drawing conclusions from participatory ...

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