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Researchers are developing a programme, called We Walk, to help people who have had a stroke to walk more outside. We are looking for volunteers to test the programme, which involves working with a walking buddy (usually a family member or friend). Volunteers will be in the study for 12 weeks. You and your buddy will be asked to plan how to walk more and also keep a diary of your walking. A researcher will meet with you at home four times and will keep in touch by telephone. Please contact Linda Irvine for more information.
Men and women are eligible to take part in the study if they:
have no contraindications to increasing their walking
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