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    • A phenomenological study of occupational participation for people who identify as transgender 

      Daly, Vivienne; Hynes, Sinéad M. (Healio, 2020-03-12)
      Abstract INTRODUCTION: The challenges that transgender people face, which are caused by a multitude of factors, have been well documented. However, changes in occupational participation are less well known. This research ...
    • Sensitive interviewing in qualitative research 

      Dempsey, Laura; Dowling, Maura; Larkin, Philip; Murphy, Kathy (Wiley, 2016-07-19)
      In this paper we focus on important considerations when planning and conducting qualitative interviews on sensitive topics. Drawing on experiences of conducting interviews with dementia caregivers, a framework of essential ...
    • Telling a ‘good or white lie’: The views of people living with dementia and their carers 

      Casey, Dympna; Lynch, Una; Murphy, Kathleen; Cooney, Adeline; Gannon, Mary; Houghton, Catherine; Hunter, Andrew; Jordan, Fionnuala; Smyth, Siobhan; Felzman, Heike; Meskell, Pauline (SAGE Publications, 2019-02-25)
      Objective: A common symptom of cognitive decline in people living with dementia, or people with memory problems, the cause of which has not yet been diagnosed, is the person repeatedly asking for loved ones who are ...