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Table 1 Description of research projects and interview respondents

From: The role of research in improving responsiveness of palliative care to migrants and other underserved populations in the Netherlands: a qualitative interview study

   T1    T2   
Project General aim #Respondents Respondent ID Remarks #Respondents Respondent ID Remarks
1 Evaluate and strengthen a procedure to improve palliative homecare by improving cooperation between GPs and community nurses 1 2017.09 Same researcher interviewed about project 1 & 2 1 2018.09  
2 Assess the palliative care needs and barriers to care for homeless people 1 2017.10 Same researcher interviewed about project 1 & 2 1 2018.10  
3 Develop, implement and evaluate a palliative care trajectory between different care settings 1 2017.11   2 2018.11  
4 To study goals set by patients with cancer and their physicians before starting systemic treatment and assess whether these goals are met 1 2017.12 Same researcher interviewed T1 & T2 1 2018.12 Same researcher interviewed T1 & T2
5 Develop, implement and evaluate an advance care planning intervention for primary care practice 1 2017.13 Same researcher interviewed T1 & T2 1 2018.13 Same researcher interviewed T1 & T2
6 Strengthen shared decision-making at the end of life by developing and implementing
methods to engage all stakeholders in shared-decision making in palliative care
    1 2018.14 No interview at T1a
7 Strengthen shared decision-making at the end of life shared by developing and implementing decision-making tools     2 2018.15 No interview at T1a
  1. aThese projects were purposively selected to ensure diversity in status of implementation; they were yet to start at T2 and could offer distinct insights from that stage