Understanding hospital meal experiences by means of participant-driven-photo-elicitation.

  title={Understanding hospital meal experiences by means of participant-driven-photo-elicitation.},
  author={Lise Justesen and Bent Egberg Mikkelsen and Szilvia Gyim{\'o}thy},
A patients' hospital meal experiences can be complex and often difficult to capture using traditional methods. This study investigated patients' hospital meal experiences using participant-driven-photo-elicitation (PDPE). PDPE invites respondents to photograph their daily lives and combines this with interviews, which can provide deeper insight into multisensory experiences beyond verbal or written discourse. The sample consisted of eight hospitalised patients. Patients completed a photo-essay… CONTINUE READING
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