Blokes with Strokes Participate in Action Research to Explore the User-Friendliness of Fitness Centres


Ally Calder
Clinical Educator, School of Physiotherapy, University of Otago


Thursday 18th February, 2016
Burwood Hospital

Ally Calder, Peer Group 18Feb16

Ally presented the results from the first phase of her PhD which found societal attitudes to people with disability, a perceived lack of knowledge about disability issues by society, and difficulty in access to the built environment appear to be the most important aspects for male stroke survivors to be physically active in a fitness facility.

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