Qualitative Data Collection

Eleanor Hamaluk

Eleanor Hamaluk is a Research Associate in our Edmonton office. She has more than a decade of experience developing, conducting, and leading research. She holds a Master of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in a Psychology.

Eleanor specializes in evaluation and survey research with public sector organizations. Many of these complex evaluations are provincial or national in scope. Her expertise includes both qualitative and quantitative data collection and research instrument development. Eleanor is experienced in a host of research methods, including document and literature reviews, focus groups, case studies, key informant interviews, quantitative and qualitative data analysis from primary and secondary data sources, and reporting.

The focus of her most recent projects has been children and youth services, health and mental health, justice, community development, and social service delivery. Some of Eleanor’s recently managed projects include: the Evaluability Assessment and Evaluation Framework of the Occupational Health and Safety Compliance Tools for Alberta Human Services, Physician Services Evaluation for Sioux Lookout Regional Physician Services Inc., the Evaluation of Infection Prevention and Control Strategy for Alberta Health, and the Evaluation of the Essential Skills for Immigrants Project for the Association of Canadian Community Colleges.