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Interview 20- Intensive care' experiences of family

In 2004 his wife and her mother spent six months in hospital and was admitted to ICU three times because of sepsis and heart problems.

  • Background

    Part-time minister/social worker, full-time carer, married with one adult daughter. Ethnic background/nationality: White British. Daughter’ Hostels officer, single, no children. Ethnic background/nationality: White British.

  • Age at interview 60
  • Sex/Gender Male
  • Michelle ' Interview 31- Jewish Health

    Michelle was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a mastectomy and chemotherapy. She was shocked to discover she has a mutation on the BRCA2 gene and has since had another mastectomy and her ovaries removed.

  • Background

    Michelle is a tutor and housewife. She is married and has 3 children. Ethnic background/nationality: Jewish

  • Age at interview 41
  • Sex/Gender Female
  • Interview 22- Intensive care' patients experiences

    Was admitted to ICU in 2004 because of a rare infection caused by slight dog bite. Had finger and toes amputated. Was in intensive care for 17 days and was discharged after a short stay in a general ward. Later attended another hospital for skin grafts.

  • Background

    Occupation’ retired head master. Marital status married. Number of children’ 2. Ethnic background’ White British.

  • Age at interview 71
  • Sex/Gender Male