|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Use of serial qualitative interviews to understand patients’ evolving experiences and needs|
|Author(s):||Murray, Scott A|
Harris, Fiona Margaret
'end of life' research
|Citation:||Murray SA, Kendall M, Carduff E, Worth A, Harris FM, Lloyd A, Cavers D, Grant L & Sheikh A (2009) Use of serial qualitative interviews to understand patients’ evolving experiences and needs, BMJ, 339, Art. No.: b3702.|
|Abstract:||Interviewing patients over the course of their illness can give a much better picture of their experience than single interviews, but the approach is rarely used. Scott Murray and colleagues explain how to get the most from it.|
|Rights:||Published in British Medical Journal (BMJ). Copyright: © 2009 BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.; This article has been published in the BMJ British Medical Journal (BMJ), Volume 339, Issue 7727, b3702, and can also be viewed on the journal’s website at www.bmj.com.|
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