Our team directed by scholars from University of Montreal (UdeM) and Université du Québec à Montréa (UQAM) and collaborators from the CIUSSS Centre-Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal.

This study aims to gain a better understanding of the end-of-life/dying experiences of persons belonging to minority groups (migrant and non-migrant) living in Montreal.

We are particularly interested in the challenges and the issues you and your loved one had to face during the end-of-life process (at home, hospital, hospice, long term care facility, etc…)

in the study

Have you lost a loved one during the last year, in Quebec?

We would like to hear you as part of a 60 to 90 minutes interview.

Would you like to know more? Please feel free to ask.

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Who can

The person that passed away (grandparent, parent, partner, brother/sister, child, a friend, etc….) must fit into these criteria :

  • Being born outside of Canada
    Being born in Canada of immigrant parents/grandparents
    Being born in Canada and having a faith/spirituality other than Catholicism
  • Having passed away in the Greater Montreal Area, in the last year.

The person participating in the research must fit into these criteria :

  • Being 18 years and older
  • Residing in the Greater Montreal Area

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What does your participation
entails ?

  • A one-on-one interview on the general topic of your caregiving experience.
  • Everything discussed will be confidential.
  • You are free to withdraw yourself of the interview anytime you want.
  • You will be able to choose the place, time and language of the interview.
  • A 30$ compensation will be given to you.