The meaning and experience of being a stroke survivor: an interpretative phenomenological analysis.

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PURPOSE To investigate the meaning and experience of being a stroke survivor. METHOD Qualitative in-depth semi-structured interviews were conducted with 10 stroke survivors (five face-to-face and five e-mail interviews). The interview data were transcribed verbatim (these were pre-transcribed in e-mail exchange) and analysed using Interpretative… (More)

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@article{Murray2004TheMA, title={The meaning and experience of being a stroke survivor: an interpretative phenomenological analysis.}, author={Craig D. Murray and Bernadette T Harrison}, journal={Disability and rehabilitation}, year={2004}, volume={26 13}, pages={808-16} }