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Fig. 5 | Research Involvement and Engagement

Fig. 5

From: Use of Photovoice to engage stakeholders in planning for patient-centered outcomes research

Fig. 5

a and b: Anxiety for Chet M. Legend 5a: I had to go to work at a hospital. It’s a pretty big expansion. I have been there for a month. It will probably be at least another month. But compared to where we were when I started, as opposed to now, I am a Baptist, I can see the light. I took it at its current state now, and I need to be patient. Not easy for me. Like waiting in the waiting room at the ED. “Like waiting in the waiting room at the ED”. Legend 5b: I get pretty miserable in the heat. It affects my life and my anxiety, but it is hard to articulate that. I just wanted to be in that swimming pool. Like on a day like today, when I get home from work, all I want to do is get in the shower. Of course my girl, she wants to talk, but I am not in the mood for talking, I just want to relax and take it easy. All that talking makes me have anxiety. It wears on you, bad. So to me, that’s a simple picture of a swimming pool. Needless to say, that is where I want to be. “It is hard to articulate that”

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