Full study title: An evidence-based approach to understanding and improving exercise counselling for adults with spinal cord injury.
You are invited to take part in an interview study that aims to explore experiences, perceptions, and preferences of adults with spinal cord injury (SCI) who received physical activity counselling.
The results of this study will be used to develop modules to train counsellors best-practices for SCI physical activity counselling.
Why should you participate in this study?
Your participation in this research study will help us to better understand experiences, perceptions and preferences of adults with SCI who received physical activity counselling support. By participating in this research, you will help to inform the development of modules to train counsellors best-practices for SCI physical activity counselling. By doing so, you can contribute to improving the exercise counselling services for adults with SCI.
You may be able to participate in this study if you:
- have received professional guidance or counselling in the past 12 months on starting, changing and/or maintaining a physically active lifestyle. This can include guidance from an occupational therapist, recreation therapist, physiotherapist or SCI peer mentor; AND
- have been diagnosed with a spinal cord injury more than 1 year ago; AND
- are a resident of Canada or United States of America; AND
- are over the age of 18; AND
- can read and understand English.
Time commitment: your participation in this study involves a 10-minute online survey and 60-minute interview session.
Compensation for participation: you will receive a $25 gift card (CAN) or an equivalent amount in another currency, for participating in this study.
The study takes place remotely (online survey / phone / video call)
For more information or to sign up to participate, please contact the study coordinator, Laura Kuipers.