Participation and well-being poststroke: evidence of reciprocal effects.

@article{Egan2014ParticipationAW,
  title={Participation and well-being poststroke: evidence of reciprocal effects.},
  author={Mary Egan and Christopher G. Davis and C J Dubouloz and Dorothy Kessler and Lucy-Ann Kubina},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  year={2014},
  volume={95 2},
  pages={262-8}
}
OBJECTIVE To explore reciprocal effects between participation and emotional and physical well-being during the first 2 years poststroke. DESIGN Prospective cohort study. SETTING Community. PARTICIPANTS An inception cohort of adults (N=67) who had been discharged from an acute stroke unit or stroke rehabilitation unit after a first stroke. INTERVENTIONS Not applicable. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Participation (Reintegration to Normal Living Index), emotional well-being (General Well-being… CONTINUE READING