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Get involved- Self-Reported Physical Activity Levels in Adults with Cerebral Palsy: An insight.

Richard_ScopeRichard_Scope Posts: 2,725

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edited December 2020 in Cerebral Palsy

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Hi, my name is Charlotte Kreiner and I am a Masters student on the Pre-registration Physiotherapy course at the University of Brighton. For my dissertation, I am looking for adults (18 years and over) with mild to moderate cerebral palsy (GMFCS levels 1 to 4) to participate in a brief online survey to help provide an insight into the physical activity levels of adults with cerebral palsy in the UK, as well as factors that can affect physical activity levels. Physical activity can include any voluntary body movement including walking, housework, shopping or any home-based activity and is not limited to just exercise. 

 Participation is voluntary. The online survey will be anonymous and take approximately 20 minutes to self-complete (with/without a carer to use the keyboard if required). After submitting the online survey, this will complete your involvement in the study.  

If you would consider participating in this study, please see the attached information sheet with further details of the study.

To access and complete the survey, please click on the following link:  

[https://brighton.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/self-reported-physical-activity-levels-in-adults-with-cere-3]. 

 

If you have any further questions or queries, please contact me via email ([email protected]). 

 

Thank you! 😊  

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