This article is written from the perspective of a health activist engaged in research on women’s health. It lays out a methodological framework for studying issues concerning women’s health, and goes on to describe a range of tools for collecting qualitative and quantitative information from the field. The article ends with a call for activist involvement in research to generate information that genuinely reflects women’s needs and concerns, and could facilitate women’s informed involvement in changing the circumstances that contribute to their poor health status.
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