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What do stroke survivors, carers and providers consider important in rehabilitation services?

This study will aim to address the question "What do the users of rehabilitation programmes think is important in a rehabilitation tool?". The study uses a short questionnaire to collect the views of stroke survivors, carers and professionals on services available after a stroke and what aspects of rehabilitation are most important to them.

This research will be used to inform further projects looking at user perspectives on services available after a stroke, and in the long term will form part of a larger project aiming to improve rehabilitation outcomes for stroke survivors who have suffered a visual impairment as a result of stroke.

Funded by:

Self-funded

Location:

Online

Recruitment Criterea:

  • Over the age of 18
  • Based within the UK
  • At least 6 months post-stroke
  • No cognitive impairment that would prevent them from taking part in the study or from giving fully informed consent
  • Stroke survivors
  • Carers of stroke survivors
  • Professionals who are involved in the care of stroke survivors

Recruitment Contact:

  • Name: Abbey Fletcher, PhD Researcher, University of Sunderland, Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellbeing, School of Psychology
  • Email: abbey.fletcher@sunderland.ac.uk

Recruitment End Date:

31/10/2021