Exploring the Topics Discussed During a Conversation Card Game About Death and Dying: A Content Analysis.

Abstract:

CONTEXT:Substantive discussions between loved ones are necessary for effective advance care planning. Although multiple tools are currently in use for promoting conversations, the content and clinical relevance of the conversations they stimulate is unknown. OBJECTIVE:To describe the content and clinical relevance of conversations that occur during a nonfacilitated end-of-life conversation game. METHODS:Using convenience sampling, we scheduled adult volunteers to participate in an end-of-life conversation game (2-6 individuals per game; n = 68). Participants discussed 20 questions about death, dying, or end-of-life issues. Games lasted up to two hours and were audio-recorded, transcribed, and analyzed using a conventional qualitative content analysis approach to identify emerging themes. RESULTS:Participants (n = 68) were primarily Caucasian (94%), females (68%), with mean age of 51.3 years (SD 0.7). Seventeen games were analyzed. Four primary themes emerged during game conversations: 1) the importance of people, relationships, and the roles played during end-of-life decision making, 2) values, beliefs, and preferences related to end-of-life care and the dying period, 3) considerations about preparing for the aftermath of one's death, and 4) the relevance of stories or experiences for informing one's own end-of-life preferences. CONCLUSIONS:Topics discussed during a nonfacilitated end-of-life conversation game are substantive and address important issues for advance care planning.

journal_name

J Pain Symptom Manage

authors

Van Scoy LJ,Reading JM,Scott AM,Chuang C,Levi BH,Green MJ

doi

10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2016.03.021

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2016-11-01 00:00:00

pages

655-662

issue

5

eissn

0885-3924

issn

1873-6513

pii

S0885-3924(16)30299-8

journal_volume

52

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