Month: May 2015

“Evaluative Ethnography” laid out in awesome new forthcoming text

In a chapter in “Ethnographic Research in Maternal and Child Health” Gretel Pelto and I introduce the term “evaluative ethnography” to capture the multi-faceted roles of ethnography¬†to inform and improve the translational process from discovery-oriented research to implementation research. The book, edited by Fiona Dykes […]