About Justin Jagosh:
I served as a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Liverpool from 2013 to 2017 and during that time was involved in a number of research contracts involving realist methodology, including the NIHR-funded RAMESES II project to develop quality and reporting guidelines for Realist Evaluation.
Prior to 2013 I held a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Postdoctoral Fellowship at McGill University (Montreal) and led a large realist review and evaluation to study the impact of academic-community partnerships in Community-Based Participatory Research (see publications)
In 2009 I completed a Ph.D dissertation through the School of Communication, Simon Fraser University (Vancouver) in which I examined paradigms in medicine and the scientific, institutional, and social transformation of the clinical training environment (accounting for changes across four decades) for undergraduate medical training.
As of May 2017 I hold a title of Honorary Research Associate at the University of Liverpool and continue to run realist methodology training workshops in the UK and internationally. I currently reside in Vancouver, Canada and am a full-time consultant for realist evaluation projects and methodology training.
Justin Jagosh, Ph.D