In Situ thinks outside the box when it comes to designing and executing high-impact, population-specific research methods. Through customized training and support, we also build the capacity of local health workers and researchers to implement these new strategies with increased self-sufficiency.
Our ultimate goal is not to bring in off-site specialists but to bring out the local insight and research talent already available to you.
Building productive partnerships for a better world.
In Situ employs a network of regional experts with training and experience as both quantitative and qualitative researchers. Our lean, customized teams are cost-effective and allow In Situ to deliver increased local knowledge, greater flexibility and comprehensive mixed method support to a broad range of clientele.
In Situ partners with:
Non-profit organizations (international and local)
Ministries of Health
Other research companies and teams like us.
Wherever you need us to be.
Our work takes us all over the world. Over the years, we’ve built deep networks with like-minded professionals and organizations. Our invaluable partnerships and broad experience provide us with unique insight into what is and is not working for communities around the globe. It is that shared knowledge that we leverage for every project, and that we ultimately seek to pass on to our clients.
Mixed-method study development
Qualitative research training
NVivo 10 training
NVivo 10 server support
Technical writing training
Virtual qualitative research support
What our clients are saying...
“I was impressed by the interactive nature of her sessions, and Dr. Peterson’s ability to spontaneously adjust the content to address the needs of the participants. Dr. Peterson shared many concrete examples from her own experiences to reinforce the lessons she was teaching, and clearly brought a wealth of knowledge to the table. Her flexibility and willingness to work with my project to tailor the training to our unique needs was invaluable. I would be happy to work with her again in the future.”
~ Kendra WilliamsResearch Analyst, USAID TRAction Project University Research Co., LLC