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Key factors for the bicycle use of visually impaired people: a Delphi study

Jelijs, B., Heutink, J., de Waard, D., Brookhuis, K. A. & Melis-Dankers, B. J. M., 2019, In : Disability and Rehabilitation. 41, 23, p. 2758–2765 9 p.

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Jelijs, B., Heutink, J., de Waard, D., Brookhuis, K. A., & Melis-Dankers, B. J. M. (2019). Key factors for the bicycle use of visually impaired people: a Delphi study. Disability and Rehabilitation, 41(23), 2758–2765. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2018.1476921

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Jelijs, Bart ; Heutink, Joost ; de Waard, Dick ; Brookhuis, Karel A. ; Melis-Dankers, Bart J. M. / Key factors for the bicycle use of visually impaired people : a Delphi study. In: Disability and Rehabilitation. 2019 ; Vol. 41, No. 23. pp. 2758–2765.

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Jelijs, B, Heutink, J, de Waard, D, Brookhuis, KA & Melis-Dankers, BJM 2019, 'Key factors for the bicycle use of visually impaired people: a Delphi study', Disability and Rehabilitation, vol. 41, no. 23, pp. 2758–2765. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2018.1476921

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Key factors for the bicycle use of visually impaired people : a Delphi study. / Jelijs, Bart; Heutink, Joost; de Waard, Dick ; Brookhuis, Karel A.; Melis-Dankers, Bart J. M.

In: Disability and Rehabilitation, Vol. 41, No. 23, 2019, p. 2758–2765.

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Jelijs B, Heutink J, de Waard D, Brookhuis KA, Melis-Dankers BJM. Key factors for the bicycle use of visually impaired people: a Delphi study. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2019;41(23):2758–2765. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2018.1476921


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@article{04b9ff9f2a5a4134a11bc67de7abcc06,
title = "Key factors for the bicycle use of visually impaired people: a Delphi study",
abstract = "Purpose:This study aims to identify the most important factors that influence the independent bicycle use of visually impaired people in the Netherlands.Materials and methods: Both visually impaired people and professionals participated in a two-round online Delphi study (n = 42). In Round 1 the participants identified the factors which they ranked by relevance in Round 2.Results: The participants prioritised environmental factors related to the traffic situation, the characteristics of the infrastructure, and weather and light conditions (Kendall{\textquoteright}s W = 0.66). They indicated that the most influencing personal factors are related to personality, traffic experience, and personal background (W = 0.58). Glaucoma was ranked as the most relevant ophthalmic condition (W = 0.74), while glare was regarded as the most important factor with respect to the visual functions (W = 0.78).Conclusions: The factors provided by this study can be used to optimise the independent cycling mobility of visually impaired people. More research is needed to investigate, both, how and to what extent the mentioned factors influence the cycling behaviour.",
keywords = "low vision, visual impairment, cycling, biking, mobility, vision rehabilitation, DRIVING PERFORMANCE, MOBILITY, HEMIANOPIA, VISION, ORACLE",
author = "Bart Jelijs and Joost Heutink and {de Waard}, Dick and Brookhuis, {Karel A.} and Melis-Dankers, {Bart J. M.}",
year = "2019",
doi = "10.1080/09638288.2018.1476921",
language = "English",
volume = "41",
pages = "2758–2765",
journal = "Disability and Rehabilitation",
issn = "0963-8288",
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AU - Melis-Dankers, Bart J. M.

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AB - Purpose:This study aims to identify the most important factors that influence the independent bicycle use of visually impaired people in the Netherlands.Materials and methods: Both visually impaired people and professionals participated in a two-round online Delphi study (n = 42). In Round 1 the participants identified the factors which they ranked by relevance in Round 2.Results: The participants prioritised environmental factors related to the traffic situation, the characteristics of the infrastructure, and weather and light conditions (Kendall’s W = 0.66). They indicated that the most influencing personal factors are related to personality, traffic experience, and personal background (W = 0.58). Glaucoma was ranked as the most relevant ophthalmic condition (W = 0.74), while glare was regarded as the most important factor with respect to the visual functions (W = 0.78).Conclusions: The factors provided by this study can be used to optimise the independent cycling mobility of visually impaired people. More research is needed to investigate, both, how and to what extent the mentioned factors influence the cycling behaviour.

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