Exploring views on long term rehabilitation for people with stroke in a developing country: findings from focus group discussions.

Mohd Nordin, Nor A., Abd Aziz, Noor, Ajit Singh, Devinder K., Abdul Aziz, Aznida F., Omar Othman, Nor A. and Aljunid, Syed M., (2003). Exploring views on long term rehabilitation for people with stroke in a developing country: findings from focus group discussions.. BMC Health Services Research 2014, 14(118), N/A-N/A

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    Author Mohd Nordin, Nor A.
    Abd Aziz, Noor
    Ajit Singh, Devinder K.
    Abdul Aziz, Aznida F.
    Omar Othman, Nor A.
    Aljunid, Syed M.
    Title Exploring views on long term rehabilitation for people with stroke in a developing country: findings from focus group discussions.
    Appearing in BMC Health Services Research 2014
    Volume 14
    Issue No. 118
    Publication Date 2003-10-20
    Place of Publication London
    Publisher BioMed Central
    Start page N/A
    End page N/A
    Language eng
    Abstract The importance of long term rehabilitation for people with stroke is increasingly evident, yet it is not known whether such services can be materialised in countries with limited community resources. In this study, we explored the perception of rehabilitation professionals and people with stroke towards long term stroke rehabilitation services and potential approaches to enable provision of these services. Views from providers and users are important in ensuring whatever strategies developed for long term stroke rehabilitations are feasible and acceptable.
    UNBIS Thesaurus HEALTH
    REHABILITATION
    FAMILY HEALTH
    PHYSIOTHERAPY
    Copyright Holder The Authors
    Copyright Year 2014
    Copyright type Creative commons
    DOI 10.1186/1472-6963-14-118
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