Participatory Narrative Inquiry: Using stories to open up science

A bedtime story to tell there are no monsters hiding under your bed, an allegory about norms and morals, or a chat with your colleagues at the coffee machine on Monday morning about what you did last weekend – they all say something. They all give information. I’d like to introduce you to a form of narrative research, also in use by biomedical scientists, which I discovered during my internship. It uses stories to uncover new insights and hypotheses: participatory narrative inquiry (PNI). Continue reading Participatory Narrative Inquiry: Using stories to open up science