"Any movement at all is exercise": a focused ethnography of rural community-dwelling older adults' perceptions and experiences of exercise as self-care.

@article{Graham2013AnyMA,
  title={"Any movement at all is exercise": a focused ethnography of rural community-dwelling older adults' perceptions and experiences of exercise as self-care.},
  author={Laura J. Graham and Denise M. Connelly},
  journal={Physiotherapy Canada. Physiotherapie Canada},
  year={2013},
  volume={65 4},
  pages={333-41}
}
PURPOSE To understand rural community-dwelling older adult participants' shared values, beliefs, and behaviours related to exercise as self-care. METHODS We conducted a constructivist-focused ethnography involving semi-structured interviews and participant observation with 17 individuals 65 years and older. Interviews were transcribed and inductively… CONTINUE READING