Publications related to the Gathering Perspectives Studies


The CCGHR Principles for Global Health Research continue to garner international and national attention. A series of publications are available here and a call for book chapters is open. We will host a symposium on this book at the upcoming Canadian Conference on Global Health in Ottawa on October 29, 2017. The Principles also served as the foundation for another specialized Coalition Institute in Kelowna, British Columbia in September 2017.

Plamondon, K. & Kapiriri, L. (2017). Dialogue as a Catalyst for Equity-Centred Research: The CCGHR Gathering Perspectives Studies’ integrated KT approach. Integrated Knowledge Translation Casebook. (Under review, submitted 15 July 2017).

Plamondon, K. & Hatfield, J. (2017). Using Dialogue-Based Methods to Create Normative Principles for Global Health Research. Sage Research Methods CasePart 2.

Brisbois, B. & Plamondon, K. (2017). The possible worlds of global health research: A discourse analysis of normative documents. Social Science & Medicine. (In press, June 2017).

Plamondon, K. M., & Caxaj, C. S. (2017). Toward relational practices for enabling knowledge-to-action in health systems: The example of deliberative dialogue. Advances in Nursing Science. (Published ahead of print: Feb 2017).

Brisbois, B., Davison, C., Di Ruggiero, E., Hanson, L., Janes, C., Larson, C., Nixon, S., Plamondon, K., & Stime, B. (2016). Corporate sponsorship of global health research: Questions to promote critical thinking about potential funding relationships. Canadian Journal of Public Health 107(4).

Cleaver, S., Magalhaes, L., Bond, V., Polatajko, H., Nixon, S. (2016). Research principles and research experiences: critical reflection on conducting a PhD dissertation on global health and disability. Disability and the Global South 3 (2), 1022-1043.

Plamondon, K. M., Bottorff, J. L., & Cole, D. C. (2015). Analyzing data generated through deliberative dialogue: Bringing knowledge translation into qualitative analysis. Qualitative Health Research, doi: 1049732315581603.