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Inclusive Physical Activity Program Research

serenamacleod
serenamacleod Member Posts: 4
edited January 2021 in Research and opportunities
Hi all,

My name is Serena and I am a Trainee Sport and Exercise Psychologist with the British Psychological Society who provides psychological support to individuals with disabilities (developmental, intellectual, physical). As part of my research study to become an accredited Sport and Exercise Psychologist, I am looking to virtually interview individuals with acquired disabilities that have been discharged from rehabilitation in the last 0-6 months months regarding the facilitators and barriers of engaging in physical activity.

The findings of the study will contribute to creating a community based physical activity program for individuals with acquired disabilities to bridge the gap between discharge from rehabilitation and engaging in long term physical activity. 

If you know someone that fits the criteria or have any questions whatsoever regarding the study, please do not hesitate to comment on this post or email me at [email protected] 

Kind regards,
Serena

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  • janer1967
    janer1967 Member Posts: 15,941 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi and welcome 

    Just yo let you know I have flagged your post to our admin team as to comply with the community guidelines any research needs to be checked first so we can protect our members 

    We also do not allow personal emails to be posted 

    Admin will moderate the post and get in touch 
  • serenamacleod
    serenamacleod Member Posts: 4
    No problem! Thank you for letting me know. I look forward to hearing from the admin and sending them the necessary paperwork.

    Kind regards,
    Serena
  • Cher_Inactive
    Cher_Inactive Posts: 4,402 Scope online community team
    Hi @serenamacleod and welcome to our online community.

    Thank you for thinking about us in relation to recruiting participants for your research.  As @janer1967 mentioned, we just need to double check this is a safe opportunity for our members.  

    If you could please email us at [email protected] we'll run through a few details with you, then once all is verified as ok, I'll re-insert your contact details and add our disclaimer.  Many thanks  :)
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  • serenamacleod
    serenamacleod Member Posts: 4
    Hi there,

    Thank you for the very speedy response! Of course, I will email you now. Thank you for your support.

    Kind regards,
    Serena
  • Cher_Inactive
    Cher_Inactive Posts: 4,402 Scope online community team
    Just to advise everyone, this research opportunity has been checked and approved by the Community Team.

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  • serenamacleod
    serenamacleod Member Posts: 4
    Thank you, Cher!
  • newborn
    newborn Member Posts: 741 Pioneering
    It is good that people are grasping that if exercise is supposed to be essential, daily, for a lifetime, it cannot be something confined to the fit population, with the N.H.S vaguely assumed to send physiotherapists to the rest (!)

    (It is one of the things I campaigned for years about, arguing that the provision of public money should be reversed.  First the needy, last the greedy.   Those who can pump iron and kick footballs and run marathons and knock others senseless with their aggressive speedy swimming should be told they can easily keep fit without use of the public purse.    Those who can barely move at all are the most in need of specialists and funded assistance and special dedicated equipment.  Let the fit fend for themselves and the elite athletes fund themselves.  The current system is the wrong way up) 

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