Interviewing people with terminal illness: practical and ethical issues
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Interviewing people with terminal illness: practical and ethical issues

Alison Chapple Senior research fellow, Department of Primary Health Care, Oxford University, Oxford, UK

The material gathered can provide valuable insight but interviewing those in the latter stages of their lives poses a number of difficult issues for nurse researchers. Alison Chapple’s article explores some of the dilemmas involved and explains how one researcher sought to overcome them

Nurse Researcher. 14, 1, 50-58. doi: 10.7748/nr2006.10.14.1.50.c6009

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