Katie E Stant

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BACKGROUND Care home residents with stroke-related disabilities have significant activity limitations. Phase II trial results suggested a potential benefit of occupational therapy (OT) in maintaining residents' capacity to engage in functional activity. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a targeted course of OT in(More)
BACKGROUND The occupational therapy (OT) in care homes study (OTCH) aims to investigate the effect of a targeted course of individual OT (with task training, provision of adaptive equipment, minor environmental adaptations and staff education) for stroke survivors living in care homes, compared to usual care. METHODS/DESIGN A cluster randomised controlled(More)
  • Cath M Sackley, Chris R Burton, Sandy Herron-Marx, Karen Lett, Jonathan Mant, Andrea K Roalfe +15 others
  • 2016
The Open University's repository of research publications and other research outputs A cluster randomised controlled trial of an occupational therapy intervention for residents with stroke living in UK care homes (OTCH): study protocol Journal Article (2012). A cluster randomised controlled trial of an occupational therapy intervention for residents with(More)
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