During interviews and conversations in health care environments, respondents often convey information in a humorous fashion, self-disclosure something very personal, or tell detailed stories containing emotional content that is difficult to decipher and interpret. This article offers suggestions for achieving more productive and satisfying interviews with family caregivers who rely on humour to help them tell their stories.
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