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Volume 25, Issue 2
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Abstract

Engaging in collaborative inquiry creates a shared authorship in storytelling, but does not ensure that the final report will reflect the plurality of voices that contributed to the narrative. This paper describes how involving respondents in the research design, data analysis, and dissemination of research findings enables researchers to ensure equal representation of perspectives of individuals involved in health research.

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