R. Wondergem (Onderzoeker); Cindy Veenhof; E.J.M. Wouters (Lector); Rob A. de Bie; Anne Visser‑Meily; Martijn F. Pisters (Lector)
Movement behaviors, that is, both physical activity and sedentary behavior, are independently associated with health risks. Although both behaviors have been investigated separately in people after stroke, little is known about the combined movement behavior patterns, differences in these patterns between …
Marieke Geerars; R. Wondergem (Onderzoeker); Martijn F. Pisters (Lector)
This study aimed to acquire insight into the decision-making processes of healthcare professionals concerning referral to primary care physiotherapy at the time of discharge from inpatient stroke rehabilitation.
A generic qualitative study using an inductive thematic analysis was performed. …
R. Wondergem (Onderzoeker); Martijn F. Pisters (Lector); Martijn W. Heijmans; E.J.M. Wouters (Lector); Rob A. Bie, de; Cindy Veenhof; Anne Visser‑Meily
Background and purpose
The aim of this study is to investigate changes in movement behaviors, sedentary behavior and physical activity, and to identify potential movement behavior trajectory subgroups within the first two months after discharge from the hospital to the home setting in first-time stroke …
Stroke is not only an acute disease, but for the majority of patients, it also becomes a chronic condition. There is a major concern about the long-term follow-up with respect to activities of daily living (ADL) in stroke survivors.Some patients seem to be at risk for decline after a first-ever …
R. Wondergem (Onderzoeker); Martijn F. Pisters (Lector); E.J.M. Wouters (Lector); Rob A. Bie, de; Anne Visser‑Meily; Cindy Veenhof
Background: Follow-up of stroke survivors is important to objectify activity limitations and/or participations restrictions. Responsive measurement tools are needed with a low burden for professional and patient.
Aim: To examine the concurrent validity, floor and ceiling effects and responsiveness of …
Wendy Hendrickx; Lara Vlietstra; Karin Valkenet (Onderzoeker); R. Wondergem (Onderzoeker); Cindy Veenhof (Lector); Coralie English; Martijn F. Pisters (Lector)
Background: Insufficient amounts of physical activity is a risk factor for (recurrent) stroke. People with a stroke or
transient ischemic attack (TIA) have a high risk of recurrent stroke and have lower levels of physical activity than
their healthy peers. Though several reviews have looked at the effects …
R. Wondergem (Onderzoeker); Martijn F. Pisters (Lector); E.J.M. Wouters (Lector); Rob A. de Bie; Cindy Veenhof; Anne Visser-Meily
Background and purpose
Deterioration of physical functioning after stroke in the long term is regarded as a major problem. Currently, the relationship between “peoples'” movement behavior patterns (the composition of sedentary behavior and physical activity during waking hours) directly after stroke …
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