Maximising adherence to home exercise programs for people with stroke: A guide to applying a behaviour change model

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Abstract

The information contained in this clinician guide is based on the Behaviour Change Wheel and the Capability, Opportunity, Motivation - Behaviour model, and the synthesis of findings from a qualitative exploration of stroke survivors’ experiences of participating in an intensive exercise program. (Michie et al. 2011)
Original languageEnglish
PublisherFlinders Universtiy
Media of outputOnline
SizePDF poster
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Bibliographical note

The information contained in this clinician guide is based on the Behaviour Change Wheel and the Capability, Opportunity, Motivation - Behaviour model, and the synthesis of findings from a qualitative exploration of stroke survivors’ experiences of participating in an intensive exercise program.

Michie, S., Van Stralen, M., and West, R. The behaviour change wheel: a new method
for characterising and designing behaviour change interventions. Implementation Science, 2011.

Keywords

  • The behaviour change wheel
  • behaviour change interventions
  • behaviour change models
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Clinician guides
  • Capability, Opportunity, Motivation

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