Reduction in retained activity participation is associated with depressive symptoms 3 months after mild stroke: an observational cohort study
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Reduction in retained activity participation is associated with depressive symptoms 3 months after mild stroke: an observational cohort study

Kathy Davis Nurse researcher The Children’s Trust, Surrey, and independent specialist nurse consultant, Colorectal and pelvic floor disorders, London

The relationship between depression and activity participation was explored as part of a large Australian, cross-sectional, multi-centre post stroke recovery project.

Primary Health Care. 27, 8, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/phc.27.8.13.s18

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