Participatory Qualitative Research Methodologies in Health is an edited collection of essays on the methodologies, challenges, and opportunities of participatory research. It provides guidance in designing and executing participatory studies, and thoughtful examinations of the ethical and practical issues of research partnerships, with particular attention to marginalized or vulnerable people.


Participatory Research Methods, Health Research, Research Design

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Rikki Mangrum, M.L.S., is a Senior Researcher in health at American Institutes for Research, where she specializes in qualitative research methods and patient- and family-centered care. Correspondence regarding this review can be addressed to: rmangrum@air.org.

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