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Target population's requirements on a community-based intervention for stimulating physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people: an interview study

Krops, L. A., Folkertsma, N., Hols, D. H. J., Geertzen, J. H. B., Dijkstra, P. U. & Dekker, R., 11-Sep-2019, In : Disability and Rehabilitation. 41, 19, p. 2272-2279 8 p.

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Krops, L. A., Folkertsma, N., Hols, D. H. J., Geertzen, J. H. B., Dijkstra, P. U., & Dekker, R. (2019). Target population's requirements on a community-based intervention for stimulating physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people: an interview study. Disability and Rehabilitation, 41(19), 2272-2279. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2018.1462411

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Krops, Leonie A ; Folkertsma, Nienke ; Hols, Doortje H J ; Geertzen, Jan H B ; Dijkstra, Pieter U ; Dekker, Rienk. / Target population's requirements on a community-based intervention for stimulating physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people : an interview study. In: Disability and Rehabilitation. 2019 ; Vol. 41, No. 19. pp. 2272-2279.

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Krops, LA, Folkertsma, N, Hols, DHJ, Geertzen, JHB, Dijkstra, PU & Dekker, R 2019, 'Target population's requirements on a community-based intervention for stimulating physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people: an interview study' Disability and Rehabilitation, vol. 41, no. 19, pp. 2272-2279. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2018.1462411

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Target population's requirements on a community-based intervention for stimulating physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people : an interview study. / Krops, Leonie A; Folkertsma, Nienke; Hols, Doortje H J; Geertzen, Jan H B; Dijkstra, Pieter U; Dekker, Rienk.

In: Disability and Rehabilitation, Vol. 41, No. 19, 11.09.2019, p. 2272-2279.

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Krops LA, Folkertsma N, Hols DHJ, Geertzen JHB, Dijkstra PU, Dekker R. Target population's requirements on a community-based intervention for stimulating physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people: an interview study. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2019 Sep 11;41(19):2272-2279. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2018.1462411


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title = "Target population's requirements on a community-based intervention for stimulating physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people: an interview study",
abstract = "PURPOSE: To explore ideas of the target population about a community-based intervention to stimulate physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people.MATERIALS AND METHODS: Semi-structured interviews were performed with 21 physically disabled people, and analyzed using thematic analyses. Findings were interpreted using the integrated Physical Activity for People with a Disability and Intervention Mapping model.RESULTS: The intervention should aim to stimulate intrinsic motivation and raise awareness for the health effects of physical activity. It should provide diverse activities, increase visibility of these activities, and improve image of physical activity for physically disabled people. Participants suggested to provide individual coaching sessions, increase marketing, present role models, and assign buddies. Potential users should be approached personally through intermediate organizations, or via social media and word of mouth promotion. Participants suggested that users, government, sponsors, and health insurers should finance the intervention. Self-responsibility for being physically active was strongly emphasized by participants.CONCLUSIONS: An intervention to stimulate physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people should be individualized, include personal support, and should include marketing to improve image of physical activity of physically disabled people. The intervention that fulfills these requirements should be developed and tested for effects in future research. Implications for rehabilitation An intervention to stimulate physical activity in physically disabled people should aim to raise awareness for the health effects of physical activity, stimulate intrinsic motivation, offer diverse activities, increase the visibility of the possible activities, and improve the image of physical activity for physically disabled people. An intervention should include both individual- and environmental-level intervention methods. Physically disabled people most emphasized individual-level characteristics of an intervention. For intervention development, professionals should take into account that physically disabled people believe that being physically active is a person's own responsibility.",
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T2 - an interview study

AU - Krops, Leonie A

AU - Folkertsma, Nienke

AU - Hols, Doortje H J

AU - Geertzen, Jan H B

AU - Dijkstra, Pieter U

AU - Dekker, Rienk

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N2 - PURPOSE: To explore ideas of the target population about a community-based intervention to stimulate physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people.MATERIALS AND METHODS: Semi-structured interviews were performed with 21 physically disabled people, and analyzed using thematic analyses. Findings were interpreted using the integrated Physical Activity for People with a Disability and Intervention Mapping model.RESULTS: The intervention should aim to stimulate intrinsic motivation and raise awareness for the health effects of physical activity. It should provide diverse activities, increase visibility of these activities, and improve image of physical activity for physically disabled people. Participants suggested to provide individual coaching sessions, increase marketing, present role models, and assign buddies. Potential users should be approached personally through intermediate organizations, or via social media and word of mouth promotion. Participants suggested that users, government, sponsors, and health insurers should finance the intervention. Self-responsibility for being physically active was strongly emphasized by participants.CONCLUSIONS: An intervention to stimulate physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people should be individualized, include personal support, and should include marketing to improve image of physical activity of physically disabled people. The intervention that fulfills these requirements should be developed and tested for effects in future research. Implications for rehabilitation An intervention to stimulate physical activity in physically disabled people should aim to raise awareness for the health effects of physical activity, stimulate intrinsic motivation, offer diverse activities, increase the visibility of the possible activities, and improve the image of physical activity for physically disabled people. An intervention should include both individual- and environmental-level intervention methods. Physically disabled people most emphasized individual-level characteristics of an intervention. For intervention development, professionals should take into account that physically disabled people believe that being physically active is a person's own responsibility.

AB - PURPOSE: To explore ideas of the target population about a community-based intervention to stimulate physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people.MATERIALS AND METHODS: Semi-structured interviews were performed with 21 physically disabled people, and analyzed using thematic analyses. Findings were interpreted using the integrated Physical Activity for People with a Disability and Intervention Mapping model.RESULTS: The intervention should aim to stimulate intrinsic motivation and raise awareness for the health effects of physical activity. It should provide diverse activities, increase visibility of these activities, and improve image of physical activity for physically disabled people. Participants suggested to provide individual coaching sessions, increase marketing, present role models, and assign buddies. Potential users should be approached personally through intermediate organizations, or via social media and word of mouth promotion. Participants suggested that users, government, sponsors, and health insurers should finance the intervention. Self-responsibility for being physically active was strongly emphasized by participants.CONCLUSIONS: An intervention to stimulate physical activity in hard-to-reach physically disabled people should be individualized, include personal support, and should include marketing to improve image of physical activity of physically disabled people. The intervention that fulfills these requirements should be developed and tested for effects in future research. Implications for rehabilitation An intervention to stimulate physical activity in physically disabled people should aim to raise awareness for the health effects of physical activity, stimulate intrinsic motivation, offer diverse activities, increase the visibility of the possible activities, and improve the image of physical activity for physically disabled people. An intervention should include both individual- and environmental-level intervention methods. Physically disabled people most emphasized individual-level characteristics of an intervention. For intervention development, professionals should take into account that physically disabled people believe that being physically active is a person's own responsibility.

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KW - rehabilitation

KW - co-creation

KW - personal coaching

KW - SPINAL-CORD-INJURY

KW - PARTICIPATION

KW - HEALTH

KW - DISABILITIES

KW - EXERCISE

KW - SERVICES

KW - BARRIERS

KW - PATIENT

KW - SPORTS

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