Good Grief? Meaning Making Through an End Stage Renal Disease Illness Narrative
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Good Grief? is a patient voiced study about meaning reconstruction as part of the psychology of kidney transplant loss and hemodialysis. The work takes an innovative approach to health research, combining narrative, auto-ethnography and arts based dissemination. It considers the importance of the patient's lived expertise of experience in health-related knowledge translation and the evolution of agency through behavioural change. The narrative outcomes appear in Dr. Lewis's short film, Good Grief?, which provides a succinct example of patient voice in research. The inquiry re applies Neimeyer's Meaning Reconstruction Model of grief psychology to the experience of kidney transplant loss in End Stage Renal Disease.