More than words: methodological potentials of graphical-elicitation with parents of preterm infants.

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Summary of "More than words: methodological potentials of graphical-elicitation with parents of preterm infants."

Word-based tools, such as interviews, can only partially provide access to the lived experience of parents of preterm infants. This study explores the lived experience of parents of preterm infants between 3 and 6 months after discharge by means of visual method (i.e., graphical elicitation).


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Name: Minerva pediatrica
ISSN: 1827-1715


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