Received: 4 August 2021
Accepted: 12 April 2022
First Online: 24 April 2022
: The Norwegian Centre for Research Data (NSD) approved every aspect of the study, including the consent procedure (Project No. 674624). According to the definitions in national regulations [CitationRef removed] and a local protocol at the university [CitationRef removed], further approval from a medical ethical committee was not necessary since the study centred around students ´learning. The Faculty of Health and Social Sciences at the actual university also approved the study. All participants were informed about confidentiality, voluntary nature of participation, the possibility to withdraw from the study at any time, information on how the research data would be saved and deleted at the end of the research period. Informed consent was obtained. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, NSD was consulted regarding the ethical aspects of conducting the interviews online using CVCS and video recording of the interviews. Additional information was given to the participants in the interviews to inform the aim of the video recording, the possibility to reserve oneself from being recorded, and that the data would be stored in a secure server at the university. This was important to specify and clarify before the interviews were conducted.All the methods in the study were performed in accordance with relevant guidelines and the Good Report of A Mixed Method Study (GRAMMS) guideline was used (see InternalRef removed).
: No applicable.
: The authors declare that there are no conflicting interests.