Select Publications by Justin Jagosh:
Jagosh J. (2017). Realist Methodology for Community Based Participatory Research Assessment: what works, for whom, under what circumstances and how? In Wallerstein et al (eds) CBPR for Health: Advancing social and health equity. 3rd Edition: Jossey-Bass publishing.
Kirsh S, Aron D, Johnson K, Santurri L, Stevenson L, Jones K, Jagosh J, (2017). A Realist Review of Shared Medical Appointments: How? For whom? And under what circumstances do they work? BMC Health Services Research.
Jagosh J, Tilley N, & Stern E. (2016). Realist Evaluation at 25: Cumulating knowledge, advancing debates, and innovating methods. Evaluation, 22(3), 267-269.
Wong G, Westhorp G, Manzano A, Greenhalgh J, Jagosh J, & Greenhalgh T. (2016). RAMESES II reporting standards for realist evaluations. BMC Medicine, 14 (96).
Jagosh J, Bush PL, Salsberg J, Macaulay AC, Greenhalgh T, Wong G, Cargo M, Green LW, Herbert CW, Pluye P. (2015). A Realist Evaluation of Community-Based Participatory Research: Partnership synergy, trust building and related ripple effects. BMC Public Health, 15(725).
Jagosh J, Pluye P, Wong G, Cargo M, Salsberg J, Bush PL, Herbert CP, Green LW, Greenhalgh T, Macaulay AC (2014). Critical Reflections on Realist Review: Insights from customizing the methodology to the needs of participatory research assessment. Research Synthesis Methods, 5(2), p. 131-141
Macaulay AC, Jagosh J, Pluye P, Bush PL, Salsberg J. (2013) Quantitative Methods in Participatory Research : Being sensitive to issues of scientific validity, community safety, and the academic-community relationship. Nouvelle pratiques sociales, 25(2).
Jagosh J, Macaulay AC, Pluye P, Salsberg J, Bush PL, Henderson J, Sirett E, Wong G, Cargo M, Herbert C, Seifer S, Green LW, and Greenhalgh T (2012). Uncovering the Benefits of Participatory Research: Implications of a Realist Review for Health Research and Practice. Milbank Quarterly, 90(2), 311-346.