Received: 7 July 2020
Accepted: 8 December 2020
First Online: 20 December 2020
Ethics approval and consent to participate
: This study was conducted in line with the established ethical guidelines of the Declaration of Helsinki [CitationRef removed], with general principles focused on the participants’ health and interest, and acting as a guarantor for the respondents’ autonomy and integrity. In accordance with the Act concerning the Ethical Review of Research Involving Humans - 2003:460, 1§ - 2§ - [CitationRef removed] ethical approval was not required for this study as it was conducted as part of a postgraduate Master of Science of Nursing. Still, we applied for and received ethical guidance from the Ethical Advisory Board of Southern Sweden (No. HS2018/24). To ensure confidentiality, each interviewee was assigned a pseudonym in the form of a letter (A–K). The researchers provided oral and written information, and obtained written informed consent from all participants before the interviews. Participation was voluntary, and the participants had the right to withdraw at any time without further explanation. The participants gave consent for direct quotes from their interviews to be used in this manuscript. The data, i.e., the transcribed texts, were stored securely and anonymously in compliance with the General Data Protection Act [CitationRef removed].
: Not applicable.
: The authors declare that they have no competing interests.