Researching surviving cancer and sexuality using visual methods: a reflection on research rationale and negotiating ethical issues
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AbstractThis article offers an account of incorporating visual methods into a research framework inspired by graphic medicine, where comics are used in patient care. We conducted interviews, focused on sexual wellbeing, with 12 leukaemia survivors. The findings from these interviews were transformed into visual representations. We outline how our study was guided by feminist research principles and reflect on the tension between the flexibility that visual methods require and the rigidity of National Health Service ethical regulations
CitationHammond, N. et al (2015) 'Researching surviving cancer and sexuality using visual methods: a reflection on research rationale and negotiating ethical issues,' Families, Relationships and Societies, 4 (3):483-492.
JournalFamilies, Relationships and Societies