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We Would Like to Hear About Your Experience with End-of-Life Care

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The Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) would like to speak with persons or family members of persons who have made or are considering plans to die at home, in the community or in hospital, as well as with family members of persons who have already gone through the process and passed on. Your experience will help to inform the development of CIHI’s new health indicator on access to home and community palliative and end-of-life care services in Canada. This indicator will be used to measure access to these services and the extent to which they align with the expectations and preferences of Canadians.

We invite you to share your end-of-life health care experiences in a 60-minute phone or virtual (via MS Teams) interview.

Participants selected for an interview will be paid $100 for their time and contribution to the project.

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