Description: The presentation will outline findings from a qualitative study which explored barriers and enablers to adherence to an intensive upper limb exercise program in stroke survivors. Findings can help clinicians to develop and implement exercise programs that improve adherence, and ultimately outcomes following stroke.
Learning objectives: By the end of the presentation, attendees will be able to:
- Understand the experience (barriers and enablers) of stroke survivors who participate in intensive exercise programs following stroke
- Understand the COM-B model as a means of diagnosing behavioural issues (such as adherence)
- Identify potential BC strategies (interventions) to address barriers to adherence
Time: 6pm-7pm AEST
* London/ UK/ Ireland BST = 9am / Copenhagen = 10am / Brisbane = 6pm / Perth = 4pm / Adelaide = 5.30pm / Auckland = 8pm / Singapore = 4pm
This 1-hr webinar will be presented by: Dr. Tamina Levy, PhD, Grad dip Neurology
Neurological Rehabilitation, Flinders Medical Centre – Rehabilitation and Palliative Services.
Lecturer, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University