Okay, so, actually, with one research project, which was to do with cancer symptom management, I participated – I actually had three roles, and my first role was as a healthcare administrator and as a decision-maker. So, I’m a senior healthcare leader. And, I was involved in the development of the grant for that study, and provided support to the research team, and then, became one of the knowledge-users on the study and really, it was about implementing the cancer symptom management guides into practice. So, that was my first role. And, I enjoyed that so much that I decided to go back and do my PhD, and then, was involved as a research assistant on that study. So, I was involved in doing the interviews, doing data analysis for another part of the study, and during that time, I was diagnosed with cancer. And, I was quite acutely ill, and had to take some time from work and some time from study. I was very, very ill at the time, and then, went into the acute treatment phase, and at that point, just – yeah, life and illness took over, and – but, a certain point, I was quite bored, I was still quite sick, but I was quite bored.
So, I reached out to my supervisor who was actually leading the cancer symptom management project, and said “Do you have any work for me? I’m not sure what I can do, but, you know, I need to feel useful, I need to feel like I’m doing something, I’m too sick to work, still, but is there anything that you can get me involved in?” And she said “Oh, you know, this is timely, we have – we’re just now doing a simulated