Funding for this research was provided by:
Australian Research Council (Linkage Grant LP110200079)
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Received: 30 July 2017
Accepted: 19 June 2018
First Online: 26 June 2018
: Liz Gill, Dip PT, BSc PT, MBA, MA and PhD, is a Research Fellow. She has worked as a health professional in the areas of direct service provision; health system design; policy and consulting. Her research interests are in the areas of service co-creation in health services, and the role and contribution of the client to health service quality and service outcomes.Sandra Bradley, RN, BSc, BArts, BN, Masters (Research) and PhD is a Research Fellow conducting research in all areas of end of life care. With both qualitative and quantitative research skills her areas of interest focus on the decision-making that occurs by people assessing end of life care options.Ian Cameron, MBBS PhD FAFRM (RACP), is a Consultant Physician in Rehabilitation Medicine, Chair in Rehabilitation Medicine and Head of the Rehabilitation Studies Unit, Sydney Medical School, at the University of Sydney. Ian has a National Health and Medical Research Council Practitioner Fellowship and is a clinician researcher.Julie Ratcliffe, BA Hons and PhD is Professor in Health Economics at the Institute for Choice, University of South Australia. She has a strong track record in health economics research and teaching. Areas of research expertise include measurement & valuation of health outcomes, new/emerging healthcare technologies and healthcare preferences.
: This study was approved by the Flinders University Social and Behavioural Research Ethics Committee (Project Number 6448). Written consent to participate was obtained from all participants.
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: Ian Cameron is a member of the editorial board.
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