from one setting Questionnaires may have elicited untruthful answers Noh H Guo

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from one setting. Questionnaires may have elicited untruthful answers. Noh, H., Guo, Y., Halli-Tierney, A., & Granda Anderson, K. (2016). Hospice staff perceptions of information needs among patients and families during admissions visits. The Gerontologist, 56 (Suppl_3), 431- 431. doi:10.1093/geront/gnw162.1718 Qualitative Interview 16 hospice admissions staff members Interview transcribed, and thematic categories coded, audited, debriefed and checked NVivo software Yes, the study found reoccurring themes among hospice admissions No, participants regional, small, and may not represent information needs at hospice admissions. GarcÃa-Toyos, N., Escudero- Carretero, M. J., Sanz-Amores, R., Hoyos, J. G., Melchor-RodrÃguez, J., & Tamayo-Velázquez, M. (2014). Preferences of Caregivers and Patients Regarding Opioid Analgesic Use in Terminal Care. Pain Medicine, 15 (4), 577-587. doi:10.1111/pme.12376 Qualitative Interview 12 patient/caregiv er dyads, 10 individual patients, 8 individual caregivers Interview transcribed Coded, content analysis Yes, triangulatio n exercise performed Yes, qualitative study allowed participants views to be expressed for information for further study
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