Some ideas for next steps in your organisation's qualitative research on women's health

Publication year: 
1991

This article consists of observations arising from the author's visits to several NGOs on the Indian sub-continent. Four main suggestions are made: conduct limited direct observations; use pile sorting techniques with key informants; experiment by modifying the pile sort technique; conduct key informant interviews on issues relating to the context of women's health.

Interest groups: 
This article will be of interest to NGOs working with women on the Indian sub-Continent.
Source publication information
Journal Title: 
Qualitative Research Methods Newsletter
Volume: 
March, 1991 (1)
Pages: 
07-Aug
Publisher
Available at IDS for reference
Holdings: 
IIED, G2, JT2, IDS

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D : Health 409