Qualitative research methods are increasingly in demand in the field of ‘global health’. Often, they are used alongside, or embedded within, clinical trials to add deeper interpretations of the success – or otherwise – of interventions. This mounting appreciation of qualitative methods and proximity to intervention research has driven demand for guidance on conducting good quality qualitative research in these scenarios.

This document presents the principles of the social sciences and discusses the contributions of three particular types of qualitative research projects by ACT Consortium.

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Author/s: Clare I.R. Chandler, Joanna Reynolds, Jennifer J Palmer, Eleanor Hutchinson.
Countries: Uganda
Date of Publication: December 2013

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