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Challenges for a North American Doing Research with Traditional Indigenous Guatemalan Midwives

International Institute for Qualitative Methodology
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  • Nursing
  • Design


The purpose to this article is to narratively explore the process of doing research in a transcultural setting. The research project was an ethographic design using the method of participant observation. The setting was the highlands of Guatemala, and the participants were traditional indigenous midwives with a divine mandate to practice. Using the experience of the research process, the author makes recommendations to future student researchers.

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