Staff’s views on delivering patient-led therapy during inpatient stroke rehabilitation: a focus group study with lessons for trial fidelity

@inproceedings{Horne2015StaffsVO,
  title={Staff’s views on delivering patient-led therapy during inpatient stroke rehabilitation: a focus group study with lessons for trial fidelity},
  author={Maria Horne and Nessa Thomas and Andy Vail and Rudd Selles and Candy S McCabe and Sarah F Tyson},
  booktitle={Trials},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Fidelity to the treatment protocol is key to successful trials but often problematic. This article reports the staff's views on delivering a complex rehabilitation intervention: patient-led therapy during inpatient stroke care. METHODS An exploratory qualitative study using focus groups with staff involved in a multicenter (n = 12) feasibility trial of patient-led therapy (the MAESTRO trial) was undertaken as part of the evaluation process. Purposive sampling ensured that… CONTINUE READING
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