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Stroke secondary prevention, a non-surgical and non-pharmacological consensus definition: results of a Delphi study

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Lawrence, M, Asaba, E, Duncan, E, Elf, M, Eriksson, G, Faulkner, J, Guidetti, S, Johansson, B, Kruuse, C, Lambrick, D, Longman, C, von Koch, L, Wang, X & Lennon, O 2019, 'Stroke secondary prevention, a non-surgical and non-pharmacological consensus definition: results of a Delphi study', BMC Research Notes, bind 12, nr. 1, s. 823. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13104-019-4857-0

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Lawrence, M., Asaba, E., Duncan, E., Elf, M., Eriksson, G., Faulkner, J., Guidetti, S., Johansson, B., Kruuse, C., Lambrick, D., Longman, C., von Koch, L., Wang, X., & Lennon, O. (2019). Stroke secondary prevention, a non-surgical and non-pharmacological consensus definition: results of a Delphi study. BMC Research Notes, 12(1), 823. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13104-019-4857-0

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Lawrence M, Asaba E, Duncan E, Elf M, Eriksson G, Faulkner J, Guidetti S, Johansson B, Kruuse C, Lambrick D, Longman C, von Koch L, Wang X, Lennon O. 2019. Stroke secondary prevention, a non-surgical and non-pharmacological consensus definition: results of a Delphi study. BMC Research Notes. 12(1):823. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13104-019-4857-0

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Lawrence, Maggie ; Asaba, Eric ; Duncan, Elaine ; Elf, Marie ; Eriksson, Gunilla ; Faulkner, James ; Guidetti, Susanne ; Johansson, Birgitta ; Kruuse, Christina ; Lambrick, Danielle ; Longman, Caitlin ; von Koch, Lena ; Wang, Xu ; Lennon, Olive. / Stroke secondary prevention, a non-surgical and non-pharmacological consensus definition : results of a Delphi study. I: BMC Research Notes. 2019 ; Bind 12, Nr. 1. s. 823.

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abstract = "OBJECTIVE: Evidence supporting lifestyle modification in vascular risk reduction is limited, drawn largely from primary prevention studies. To advance the evidence base for non-pharmacological and non-surgical stroke secondary prevention (SSP), empirical research is needed, informed by a consensus-derived definition of SSP. To date, no such definition has been published. We used Delphi methods to generate an evidence-based definition of non-pharmacological and non-surgical SSP.RESULTS: The 16 participants were members of INSsPiRE (International Network of Stroke Secondary Prevention Researchers), a multidisciplinary group of trialists, academics and clinicians. The Elicitation stage identified 49 key elements, grouped into 3 overarching domains: Risk factors, Education, and Theory before being subjected to iterative stages of elicitation, ranking, discussion, and anonymous voting. In the Action stage, following an experience-based engagement with key stakeholders, a consensus-derived definition, complementing current pharmacological and surgical SSP pathways, was finalised: Non-pharmacological and non-surgical stroke secondary prevention supports and improves long-term health and well-being in everyday life and reduces the risk of another stroke, by drawing from a spectrum of theoretically informed interventions and educational strategies. Interventions to self-manage modifiable lifestyle risk factors are contextualized and individualized to the capacities, needs, and personally meaningful priorities of individuals with stroke and their families.",
author = "Maggie Lawrence and Eric Asaba and Elaine Duncan and Marie Elf and Gunilla Eriksson and James Faulkner and Susanne Guidetti and Birgitta Johansson and Christina Kruuse and Danielle Lambrick and Caitlin Longman and {von Koch}, Lena and Xu Wang and Olive Lennon",
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AU - Duncan, Elaine

AU - Elf, Marie

AU - Eriksson, Gunilla

AU - Faulkner, James

AU - Guidetti, Susanne

AU - Johansson, Birgitta

AU - Kruuse, Christina

AU - Lambrick, Danielle

AU - Longman, Caitlin

AU - von Koch, Lena

AU - Wang, Xu

AU - Lennon, Olive

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N2 - OBJECTIVE: Evidence supporting lifestyle modification in vascular risk reduction is limited, drawn largely from primary prevention studies. To advance the evidence base for non-pharmacological and non-surgical stroke secondary prevention (SSP), empirical research is needed, informed by a consensus-derived definition of SSP. To date, no such definition has been published. We used Delphi methods to generate an evidence-based definition of non-pharmacological and non-surgical SSP.RESULTS: The 16 participants were members of INSsPiRE (International Network of Stroke Secondary Prevention Researchers), a multidisciplinary group of trialists, academics and clinicians. The Elicitation stage identified 49 key elements, grouped into 3 overarching domains: Risk factors, Education, and Theory before being subjected to iterative stages of elicitation, ranking, discussion, and anonymous voting. In the Action stage, following an experience-based engagement with key stakeholders, a consensus-derived definition, complementing current pharmacological and surgical SSP pathways, was finalised: Non-pharmacological and non-surgical stroke secondary prevention supports and improves long-term health and well-being in everyday life and reduces the risk of another stroke, by drawing from a spectrum of theoretically informed interventions and educational strategies. Interventions to self-manage modifiable lifestyle risk factors are contextualized and individualized to the capacities, needs, and personally meaningful priorities of individuals with stroke and their families.

AB - OBJECTIVE: Evidence supporting lifestyle modification in vascular risk reduction is limited, drawn largely from primary prevention studies. To advance the evidence base for non-pharmacological and non-surgical stroke secondary prevention (SSP), empirical research is needed, informed by a consensus-derived definition of SSP. To date, no such definition has been published. We used Delphi methods to generate an evidence-based definition of non-pharmacological and non-surgical SSP.RESULTS: The 16 participants were members of INSsPiRE (International Network of Stroke Secondary Prevention Researchers), a multidisciplinary group of trialists, academics and clinicians. The Elicitation stage identified 49 key elements, grouped into 3 overarching domains: Risk factors, Education, and Theory before being subjected to iterative stages of elicitation, ranking, discussion, and anonymous voting. In the Action stage, following an experience-based engagement with key stakeholders, a consensus-derived definition, complementing current pharmacological and surgical SSP pathways, was finalised: Non-pharmacological and non-surgical stroke secondary prevention supports and improves long-term health and well-being in everyday life and reduces the risk of another stroke, by drawing from a spectrum of theoretically informed interventions and educational strategies. Interventions to self-manage modifiable lifestyle risk factors are contextualized and individualized to the capacities, needs, and personally meaningful priorities of individuals with stroke and their families.

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