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A multidisciplinary group programme in rural settings for community-dwelling chronic stroke survivors and their carers: a pilot randomized controlled trial

Dianne Marsden, Rhonda Quinn, Nicole Pond, Robyn Golledge, Claire Neilson, Jennifer White

Academic Literature

2010

This article sought to explore whether a group programme for community-dwelling chronic stroke survivors and their carers is feasible in rural settings; to measure the impact of the programme on health-related quality of life and functional performance; and to determine if any benefits gained are maintained. The program proved feasible in three rural Australian settings.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : Clinical Rehabilitation

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Community and civic participation

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