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Received: 20 December 2017
Accepted: 18 May 2018
First Online: 30 May 2018
Ethics approval and consent to participate
: The study followed the Code of Ethics by the American Anthropological Association [CitationRef removed]. The study was approved by the Danish Data Protection Agency (file number: 2014–41-3207), and data collection and data handling were performed in accordance with their guidelines. According to Danish law, no ethical approval from the regional Committee on Health Research Ethics was not needed for this study as no biomedical intervention was performed.In accordance with existing guidelines and research ethics, all GPs, staff, and care managers received written information about the study and gave verbal consent before initiation of the study. All participants were informed about the purpose of the study, anonymity, that participation was voluntary, and that participants could withdraw from the study at any time. In addition, informal meetings before initiation of study activities were held with the participating general practices to inform GPs and staff about the study and its implications. Written information about the study was posted in the waiting areas of the general practices.The data material produced and analyzed as part of the study is not publicly available due to ethical considerations. We constantly strive to ensure the full anonymity of participants, and we respect the verbal agreements made with the participants. As they were not asked for permission to make entire raw data material publically available, we find it ethically inappropriate to make interview transcripts and observational study notes publicly available. Data material is available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.
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