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Table 1 People interviewed in the three case studies

From: Palliative care making a difference in rural Uganda, Kenya and Malawi: three rapid evaluation field studies

  UGANDA
Ug M = male
Ug F = female
FG = Focus group
KENYA
Ken M = male
Ken F = female
FG = Focus group
MALAWI
Mal M = male
Mal F = female
FG = Focus group
 
Patients 8 patients at home 3 patients in hospital
6 patients at home (observed 4 clinical encounters)
7 patients at home (observed 4 clinical encounters)
9 patients in 2 focus groups
HIV/AIDS, TB, breast cancer, KS
33
Current home caregivers 7 5 (son, son, husband & daughter, sister-in-law) 5 (daughter, wife, mother, sister, wife) 17
Bereaved caregivers 0 7 seen at home (wife, wife, daughter, wife, wife, niece & son)
2 at hospital (son & daughter)
1 (mother) daughter died of AIDS 10
Volunteer (community) caregivers 3 vol. in individual interviews 4 vol. in individual interviews
8 vol. in a focus group
10 volunteers in 2 focus groups (average length of stay of volunteers 4 years) 25
Staff members of palliative care project 6 individual interviews 10 staff in focus group 1 project in-charge
2 clinical officers
4 nurses
2 project in-charges, 4 nurses, 5 HBC Assistants, 2 support staff 36
Project overseers 0 7 members of hospital administration 1 project director, College of Medicine 8
Community leaders 3 (district councillor, district medical, officer, community leader) 17 in two focus groups 1 head of related community organisation 21
TOTALS 37 people 66 people 47 people 150