Received: 14 January 2020
Revised: 26 August 2020
Accepted: 3 March 2021
First Online: 10 August 2021
: The research did not require ethical approval according to Lund University’s ethical committee which suggests that ethical approval is required when the research concerns handling personal information concerning race or ethnic origin, political views, religious or philosophical convictions, trade union membership, health, sexual orientation or sex life, genetic data, biometric data, vulnerable groups and legal offences. Ethical approval is also required for studies related to a physical intervention on a living human being or a deceased person or a method which aims to affect the research subject physically or mentally or entails an obvious risk of harming the research subject physically or mentally. Approval is further required for studies on biological material taken from a living human and traceable to that individual or a deceased person for medical purposes and traceable to that individual. Since the research does not relate to any of the above-mentioned nor falls within the suggestions for ethical approval by the World Medical Association’s (WMA) Declaration of Helsinki, it did not require ethical approval from Lund University’s ethics committee.The research however acknowledged the need for informed consent. The researchers thoroughly explained the reasons for the research and sought the consent of respondents. Consent forms were prepared in accordance with Lund University guidelines (including confidentiality and anonymity of data) and explained by the researchers before signing by respondents. Respondents were given the option to willingly participate in the research and withdraw at any time. Respondents also did not include minors (under 18 years). Key informants consented to the use of their names in the final report while the remaining respondents declined hence, pseudonyms are used where possible.
: The authors approve the manuscript for publication upon acceptance by the journal and after peer review.
: The authors declare that they have no competing interests.