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Implications for practice and research: These results will aid the development of protocols for screening bereaved individuals who are eligible for study participation. These results provide insight into bereaved participants' preferences for data collection methods (e.g., face-to-face, phone and self-completion postal surveys). The needs of non-cancer-related deaths and paediatric populations (e.g., bereaved child participants; childhood deaths) need consideration in future studies.
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