Text and Data Mining valid from 2018-09-12
Received: 11 June 2018
Accepted: 30 August 2018
First Online: 12 September 2018
: MHM is an assistant professor at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Department for Health Sciences in Aalesund, Norway. She is now a PhD student in “Health and Social Sciences, Professional Practise – Terms and Development” at the University College of Molde and the University College of Volda. The research topic is “Healthcare professionals’ and family caregivers’ experiences of palliative care of people with severe dementia and their experiences with the facilitation of palliative care for people with severe dementia in long-term care facilities”.REA is an associate professor at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Department for Health Sciences in Aalesund, Norway. She obtained her PhD in nursing sciences from the University of Oslo in 2014 and is now teaching bachelor’s and master’s students in nursing and health sciences. Her main research interests are in dementia care, specifically focusing on interactions between persons with dementia and care staff, and in research collaboration between academic institutions and nursing practice.EG is a professor in the Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care, University of Bergen and the Faculty of Health Sciences and Social Care, Molde University College, Norway. She obtained her PhD in nursing sciences from the University of Bergen in 1994 and is now teaching master’s and PhD students in health sciences. She has published several book chapters and research articles on patient experiences, healthcare ethics and methodology.EL is a professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences and Social Care, Molde University College, Norway. She obtained her PhD in pedagogics from the University of Tromsoe in 2003 and teaches master’s and PhD students in health sciences. Her research interests are related to different kinds of knowledge and dementia.
: The research project was carried out in accordance with the guidelines of the Helsinki Declaration [CitationRef removed]. The Regional Committee for Medical Research Ethics assessed the study and determined that the project did not fall within the committee’s mandate [CitationRef removed]. The project was then approved by the Norwegian Social Sciences Data Services (ref. 44,973). The informants gave written informed consent to participate after receiving written and verbal information. Participation was voluntary, and the participants could withdraw at any time without consequences.
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