Received: 10 December 2021
Accepted: 24 February 2022
First Online: 15 March 2022
: Ethical approval for the study, including the verbal informed consent procedure, was granted by the University of Stirling’s General University Ethics Panel (ref. GUEP 916, The Salvation Army’s Research Coordinating Council (ref. RCC-EAN200708) and Turning Point Scotland’s Citizenship and Research manager (ref. KB 080620) before recruitment commenced.All people interviewed for this study received a participant information sheet, had the opportunity to ask questions about the project, and provided written (in person interviews) or verbal (telephone interviews) confirmation of their informed consent to participate in the project before any data were collected.The authors declare that the procedures were followed in line with the regulations established by the ethical approvals received and the Helsinki Declaration of the World Medical Association.
: All participants provided written or verbal confirmation of their informed consent to participate in the project which included consent for their pseudonymised data to be published and disseminated.
: The authors declare that they have no competing interests.