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End of life care for people with alcohol and other drug problems. Secondary analysis of interviews with family members, friends and carers bereaved through a relative’s substance use.

Wright, SJ and Yarwood, Gemma and Templeton, Lorna and Galvani, Sarah (2018) End of life care for people with alcohol and other drug problems. Secondary analysis of interviews with family members, friends and carers bereaved through a relative’s substance use. UNSPECIFIED. Manchester Metropolitan University.

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Abstract

This research presents findings from secondary analysis of qualitative interviews with adults bereaved through substance use. As the first half of a two-phase piece of work, this analysis aimed to: • explore how families of people with alcohol/drug use problems experience their relative’s end of life; • examine the extent to which services recognised or responded to the whole family’s needs; and • inform design and delivery of primary qualitative data collection (the second half of the two-phase piece of work). The research team accessed interview transcripts from an ESRC funded research project on Bereavement Through Substance Use, where 102 people talked about the deaths of 93 relatives/friends.

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