Co-design of a personalised physical activity intervention for stroke survivors (research)

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University of Melbourne, Parkville, VIC, 3052
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The aim of this study is to design a pathway to personalised, engaging and targeted physical activity programs for stroke survivors.

Researchers working together with stroke survivors, carers and clinicians will “co-design” a new physical activity intervention, using an integrated knowledge translation approach, that will be tested in a future trial.

Participants will be asked to join 1 or 2 workshops that will run for less than 2 hours. This project will involve people who have had a stroke, carers, health professionals, researchers, and other members of the community involved in stroke rehabilitation.

During the workshops you and others in the group will discuss your knowledge, opinions and experiences to create physical activity programs, resources and processes. You will also be asked to answer a few brief questions about yourself and complete a survey following each workshop.

You can take part in the workshop either:

  • In person at the University of Melbourne, OR
  • From home via an internet video conference, OR
  • From home via a phone call.

Contact:

To find out more or to register your interest, please contact Dr Natalie Fini on 0401 303 749 (natalie.fini@unimelb.edu.au).

Plain language information sheet (PDF 237 KB)

Participation consent form (PDF 172 KB)