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Table 2 Overview of the data collection processes

From: Use, usability, and impact of a card-based conversation tool to support communication about end-of-life preferences in residential elder care – a qualitative study of staff experiences

  ID Date Service(s) Participants Duration Number of EOL conversations held
Database 1, 2017–2018: Staff interviews (N = 6) I1 Nov 2017 RCH A 2 65 min None
I2 Apr 2018 RCH B 2 39 min 1 with resident
I3 Apr 2018 ALF A 2 58 min 3 with residents, 1 with relative
I4 Jun 2028 RCH A 2 79 min 1 with relative
I5 Nov 2018 RCH A 1 94 min 3 with relatives
I6 Dec 2018 ALF A 2 45 min None
Database 2, 2019–2020: Working group meetings (N = 8) WG1 Oct 2019 RCHs 1,2,3, and Xa 8 107 min None
WG2 Oct 2019 RCHs 1,2,3, ALF 1 5 110 min None
WG3 Nov 2019 RCHs 1,2,3, ALF 1 7 112 min 10 with residents, 1 relative
WG4 Dec 2019 RCHs 1,2,3, ALF 1 5 116 min 5 with residents
WG5 Jan 2020 RCHs 1,2,3, ALF 1 8 106 min 2 with residents, 2 with relatives
WG6 Feb 2020 RCHs 1,2,3, ALF 1 4 111 min 2 with relatives
WG7 Oct 2020 RCHs 1,2, ALF 1 3 102 min Not possible due to Covid-19
WG8 Dec 2020 RCHs 1,2, ALF 1 4 86 min Not possible due to Covid-19
  1. RCH Residential care home, ALF Assisted living facility
  2. aX = RCH that withdrew following the first meeting