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  1. Al-Hamad, Areej PhD, RN
  2. Forchuk, Cheryl PhD, O Ont, RN, FCAHS
  3. Oudshoorn, Abe PhD, RN
  4. McKinley, Gerald Patrick PhD


Critical ethnography and intersectionality are increasingly engaged in nursing and refugee research. Both approaches study marginalized populations and explore how their daily experiences of inequality and marginalization are influenced by various forms of oppression, power structures, and cultural context. A blended approach of critical ethnography with intersectionality can inform research with marginalized groups as both have much in common, including the call for social justice and change. This article outlines the potential of using the blended theoretical approach in advancing refugee women's health research and to inform a particular methodological approach for nursing research and health care practice.