Long-term recovery trajectory after stroke: an ongoing negotiation between body, participation and self.

@article{Arntzen2015LongtermRT,
  title={Long-term recovery trajectory after stroke: an ongoing negotiation between body, participation and self.},
  author={Cathrine Arntzen and Tove Borg and Torunn Hamran},
  journal={Disability and rehabilitation},
  year={2015},
  volume={37 18},
  pages={
          1626-34
        }
}
PURPOSE Research has mainly focused on the first year of recovery trajectory after stroke, but there is limited knowledge about how stroke survivors manage their long-term everyday lives. This study seeks to fill this gap by exploring the long-term (1-13 years) negotiations of stroke survivors when they experience progress, wellbeing and faith in the future. METHOD Repeated in-depth interviews were conducted with nine people living with moderate impairment after stroke and their closest… CONTINUE READING

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