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Title: Relationship between Participation in Daily Life Activities andPhysical Activity in Stroke Survivors: A Protocol for aSystematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Authors: de Diego-Alonso, Cristina ORCID RESEARCHERID SCOPUSID
Blasco-Abadía, Julia ORCID
Buesa-Estelléz, Almudena SCOPUSID
Giner Nicolás, Rafael SCOPUSID
López-Royo, María Pilar ORCID SCOPUSID
Roldán Pérez, Patricia ORCID RESEARCHERID
Doménech-García, Víctor ORCID SCOPUSID
Bellosta-López, Pablo ORCID SCOPUSID
Keywords: Physical activity; Participation; Activities of daily living; Stroke; Relationship; Protocol; Systematic review; Meta-analysis
Issue Date: 30-Jul-2023
Publisher: MDPI
Citation: de Diego-Alonso, C.; Blasco-Abadía, J.; Buesa-Estéllez, A.; Giner-Nicolás, R.; López-Royo, M.P.; Roldán-Pérez, P.; Doménech-García, V.; Bellosta-López, P.; Fini, N. Relationship between Participation in Daily Life Activities and Physical Activity in Stroke Survivors: A Protocol for a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Healthcare 2023, 11, 2167. healthcare11152167
Abstract: Stroke survivors undertake low levels of physical activity and participation in daily life activities, but the correlation between these two domains still carries some degree of uncertainty. This systematic review and meta-analyses-based data synthesis will aim to describe and estimate the relationship between participation in daily life activities and physical activity in stroke survivors. Six databases (MEDLINE/PubMed,Web of Science, Scopus, PEDro, SPORTDiscus, and Rehabilitation & Sport Medicine Source) will be searched. Studies assessing participation alongside physical activity levels in adult stroke survivors in English or Spanish will be included. The study selection, assessment of the risk of bias, and data extraction will be conducted independently by two investigators. If available, correlation values between physical activity and participation outcomes will be extracted. The Hedges–Olkin method will be used for pooling correlation values between participation and physical activity measures. Subgroup analyses will be performed according to the time elapsed since the stroke (i.e., 6 months and >6 months). This will be the first systematic review with a meta-analysis to provide information on the relationship between physical activity and participation in stroke survivors. Findings are likely to inform the design of health prevention protocols and the development of healthy behavior change interventions.
ISSN: 2227-9032
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