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Physical activity participation in community dwelling stroke survivors: synergy and dissonance between motivation and capability. A qualitative study

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/08/2017

Objectives The evidence supporting benefits of physical activity (PA) on fitness, functioning, health and secondary prevention after stroke is compelling. However, many stroke survivors remain ...

Your comments: 21 June 2017

Frontline article - Posted on 19/06/2017

Here are your comments on topics covered by us. We look forward to hearing your views and opinions on all related articles. Please email us at frontline@csp.org.uk ; ...

Editor's comment: community care

Frontline article - Posted on 19/06/2017

Frontline managing editor Lynn Eaton writes about her post-election visit to a community team in Oxfordshire. I had the ...

UK therapists' book on constraint induced movement therapy gets Russian translation

News item - Posted on 08/06/2017

8 June 2017 A book about constraint induced movement therapy (CIMT), written by two British therapists, is gaining global attention ...

Physio findings: peer feedback can enhance quality of care

Frontline article - Posted on 07/04/2017

In our latest round-up on research based articles, Caroline White looks at how peer feedback can enhance quality of care and Katherine Jones asks questions about research and physiotherapy practice. ...

Keeping it local: how you can help CSP’s rehab campaign during the upcoming elections

Frontline article - Posted on 07/04/2017

Help to raise the profile of the issues you care most about in next month’s local elections, says Alice Sorby. ...

Most severe stroke patients get rapid NHS physio assessment

News item - Posted on 29/11/2016

29 November 2016 The overwhelming majority of people admitted to hospital after a severe stroke receive a physiotherapy assessment ...

The provision of a cane provides greater benefit to community-dwelling people after stroke with a baseline walking speed between 0.4 and 0.8 metres/second: an experimental study

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/11/2016

Objective To investigate the effect of the provision of a cane on walking ability in ambulatory people with chronic stroke. Design Experimental study. Setting Clinics within the ...

Changes in the physical activity of acute stroke survivors between inpatient and community living with early supported discharge: an observational cohort study

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/11/2016

Objective To describe and compare patterns of physical activity among stroke survivors during their hospital stay and community living with early supported discharge. Design Observational cohort ...

We need a new era for stroke services

Frontline article - Posted on 28/10/2016

Much needs to be done to improve stroke care. David Bridson puts the case for a new national strategy in England. As ...

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