We offer training courses both for QuIP data collection and data analysis. If you would be interested in using the QuIP in your work, please get in touch with us using the link at the bottom of the page.

For a comprehensive introduction to QuIP and example case studies, please see our book, Attributing Development Impact: The Qualitative Impact Protocol Casebook, available as a free pdf download by clicking on ‘e-book’. The book, like the QuIP, is rooted in empirics and practice and presents a fresh way to approach the ‘attribution challenge’. For shorter and more accessible papers, see more below


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Practical guidelines in different languages

The Annotated QuIP Guidelines are a slightly simplified and shortened version of the full guidelines available in the book (see p.256 onwards). This is a practical document designed for commissioners planning to undertake a QuIP, summarising each step of the process. This can be useful for trained QuIP Lead Evaluators to share with colleagues when planning a study, but in no way replaces the full training.

Publications and briefing papers

Shorter introductions and papers:

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More in-depth articles:

Generating credible evidence of social impact using the QuIP: The challenge of positionality in data coding and analysis – Copestake, Davies and Remnant’s article focused on analysis of qualitative data, in edited proceedings from the 2019 Qualitative Research Symposium – Methods, and Messiness: Insights for Qualitative Research Analysis.