12 interviews with patients on sick leave due to exhaustion disorder
SND-ID: 2022-196-1. Version: 1. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5878/qxxy-eq51
Sara Alsén - University of Gothenburg, Institute of Health and Care Sciences
University of Gothenburg - Institute of Health and Care Sciences
Part of the PROMISE study (“Person-centred eHealth for treatment and rehabilitation of common mental disorders"), an open randomized controlled trial (RCT) evaluating the effects of a person-centred eHealth intervention (interactive digital platform and telephone support) for patients on sick leave for CMDs.
Transcribed unannotated raw text from semi-structured interviews.
The interview questions are available in the documentation file.
The interview data is in .docx format and is also available as PDF/A.
I stands for Intervjuare (Interviewer) and D for Deltagare (Participant).
Data contains personal data
Sensitive personal data
Type of personal data
Sensitive personal data with details about health. The data is subject to Swedish law and the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act. Data requests must be processed individually in a confidentiality review by the research principal.
Code key exists
Data contain other protected information
Yes: Personal narratives with names and derivation to self and other people. The repondents are patients connected to primary care health centers.
Unit of analysis
Patients aged 25-46 years on sick leave due to exhaustion disorder.
Description of study design
Semi-structured interview study, part of the PROMISE project. Refer to the project web page for further information.
Time period(s) investigated
2018-06 – 2019-02
Number of individuals/objects
Data format / data structure
- Mode of collection: Face-to-face interview
- Time period(s) for data collection: 2018-06 – 2019-02
- Data collector: University of Gothenburg
- Instrument: Tape recorder (Semi-structured questionnaire)
- Sample size: 12
- Source of the data: Communications: Interpersonal, Communications
Geographic location: Sweden
Geographic description: The western part of Sweden
Institute of Health and Care Sciences
Other research principals
Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare - FORTE - 2016-07418, 2017-00557 and 2019-01726
- Funding agency: Swedish agreement between the government and the county councils concerning economic support for providing an infrastructure for research and education of doctors - The ALF agreement
- Funding agency's reference number: ALFGBG-772191, ALFGBG-932659
Gothenburg - Ref. Dnr: 497-17, T 526-18
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