|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Service user involvement in research may lead to contrary rather than collaborative accounts: findings from a qualitative palliative care study|
|Citation:||Forbat L & Hubbard G (2016) Service user involvement in research may lead to contrary rather than collaborative accounts: findings from a qualitative palliative care study. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 72 (4), pp. 759-769. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.12865|
|Abstract:||Aim The aim of this study was to explore what data emerge when former carergivers (co-researchers) are trained to interview current care-givers about their experiences. Background Despite a trend of involving service users in conducting research interviews, there have been few examinations of how and whether a common service user identity has an impact on the data generated. Design Four co-researchers were recruited, trained and supported to conduct qualitative interviews with 11 current carers of people receiving palliative services. Conversation analysis was used to examine the conversational characteristics of the research interviews. Data were collected in 2010–2011. Results Conversation analysis identified that interactional difficulties were evident across the data. When co-researchers talked about their own experiences as carers, interviewees frequently changed the topic of conversation, thereby closing-down opportunities for further disclosure or elaboration from the interviewee about the original topic. Conclusion Conversation analysis identifies how caregiving identities are co-constructed and points where there is agreement and disagreement in the co-construction.|
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