Conference abstract - Peer-reviewed, 2015
A randomized controlled trial of nature-based post-stroke fatigue rehabilitation ("the nature stroke study" (NASTRU)): study design and progress reportPálsdóttir, Anna María; Andersson, G; Grahn, Patrik; Norrving, B.; Kyrö Wissler, Sara; Petersson, I. F.; Pessah-Rasmussen, H.
AbstractFatigue is common after stroke and contributes to disability, impaired quality of life, and reduced work ability. Currently, there is no evidence-based intervention for post-stroke fatigue but idiopathic chronic fatigue and burnt-out syndromes may benefit from nature-based rehabilitation. The aim of NASTRU was to examine whether ten weeks of nature-based rehabilitation, as add-on to standard management, could influence post-stroke fatigue (primary outcome), depression, work ability or functional outcome (secondary outcomes), compared to controls.
Published inInternational Journal of Stroke
2015, volume: 10, number: S1, pages: 430-430
Book title: International Journal of Stroke, Special Issue: The European Stroke Organisation - Annual Conference
The European Stroke Organisation - Annual Conference
Pálsdóttir, Anna María (Palsdottir, Anna Maria)
Skåne University Hospital
Petersson, I. F.
Sustainable Development Goals
SDG3 Good health and wellbeing
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