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Stroke self-management: what does good nursing support look like?

Kidd, Lisa; Lawrence, Maggie; Booth, Jo; Rowat, Anne

Authors

Lisa Kidd

Maggie Lawrence

Jo Booth

Anne Rowat



Abstract

Nurses play a pivotal role in stroke self-management, yet there is a gap in our understanding of the perspectives of, and challenges faced, by stroke nurses in relation to the development, implementation and effect of stroke self-management support services. This article describes the qualitative findings from a recent study that aimed to develop, pilot and evaluate a nurse-led, person-centred stroke self-management support intervention. The findings may help inform the future design and delivery of such support, and will increase understanding of the issues and challenges that nurses face in delivering it in clinical practice.

Citation

KIDD, L., LAWRENCE, M., BOOTH, J. and ROWAT, A. 2015. Stroke self-management: what does good nursing support look like? Primary health care [online], 25(3), pages 24-27. Available from: https://doi.org/10.7748/phc.25.3.24.e946

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Sep 25, 2014
Online Publication Date Mar 27, 2015
Publication Date Mar 27, 2015
Deposit Date Nov 5, 2015
Publicly Available Date Nov 5, 2015
Journal Primary health care
Print ISSN 0264-5033
Electronic ISSN 2047-900X
Publisher RCN Publishing
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 25
Issue 3
Pages 24-27
DOI https://doi.org/10.7748/phc.25.3.24.e946
Keywords Nurse led care; person centred care; self care; self management; self management support; stroke
Public URL http://hdl.handle.net/10059/1332

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