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Table 2 Characteristics of the respondents

From: What’s keeping people after stroke from walking outdoors to become physically active? A qualitative study, using an integrated biomedical and behavioral theory of functioning and disability

  Phase 1 Phase 2
Semi-structured interview
n = 15
Structured interview
n = 8
Focus group A
n = 7
Focus group B
n = 6
Age (y)
 Mean (SD) 71.3 (13.3) 72.5 (8.8) 69.3 (9.2) 69.2 (10.3)
 Range (46-89) (60-83) (52-81) (57-82)
Gender
 Male (%) 8 (53 %) 7 (88 %) 2 (29 %) 4 (67 %)
Marital status
 Married (%) 9 (60 %) 3 (38 %) 4 (57 %) 4 (60 %)
 Utilisation of healthcare (%) 4 PT (27 %)
2 No regular PT (13 %)
9 Daycare (60 %)
3 PT (38 %)
5 Daycare (62 %)
2 PT (29 %)
4 No regular PT (57 %)
1 Daycare (14 %)
2 PT (33 %)
2 No regular PT (33 %)
2 Daycare (33 %)
FAC (%) 5 FAC3 (33 %)
1 FAC4 (7 %)
9 FAC 5 (60 %)
3 FAC3 (38 %)
3 FAC4 (38 %)
2 FAC5 (24 %)
2 FAC4 (29 %)
5 FAC5 (71 %)
2 FAC4 (33 %)
4 FAC5 (67 %)
 Assistive devices (%) 1 cane (7 %)
7 rollator (46 %)
2 cane (25 %)
3 rollator (38 %)
2 cane (29 %) 2 cane (33 %)
  1. Abbreviations: y years, SD standard deviation, FAC Functional Ambulation Categories, PT physical therapy