Print Email Facebook Twitter Determinants influencing the implementation of home-based stroke rehabilitation: A systematic review Title Determinants influencing the implementation of home-based stroke rehabilitation: A systematic review Author Siemonsma, P. Dopp, C. Alpay, L. Tak, E. van Meeteren, N. Chorus, A. Publication year 2014 Abstract Purpose: Home-based rehabilitation is a promising alternative to regular center-based stroke rehabilitation. The objective of this study was to identify what is currently known about determinants that influence the implementation of home-based stroke rehabilitation (HBSR) in clinical practice. Methods: A systematic review of determinants of HBSR was conducted, using a framework for innovation (including determinants related to the innovation, the user, the organization, and the socio-political context). Reviews, meta-analyses, and qualitative studies were included. Studies were selected if they concerned: home-based rehabilitation of stroke patient’s (motor) function, changes in in-person service delivery (424 h to 12 months poststroke) and determinants of implementation. Results: A total of 88 studies were identified, of which 7 studies met the inclusion criteria. Identified determinants of implementation of HBSR were: intervention effectiveness, the exact nature of the medical condition, satisfaction with services, coordination of services, inter-professional collaborations, availability of appropriate training equipment, and costs. However, none of the studies had the primary aim to identify determinants of implementation. Conclusion: A more complete and detailed overview of existing determinants of HBSR is needed to assist professionals and organizations in decisionmaking on HBSR implementation and development of suitable strategies for implementation. Subject Behavioural Changes Healthy LivingLS - Life Style HL - Healthy for LifeELSS - Earth, Life and Social SciencesHealthy for LifeHealthHealthy LivingBarriersDeterminantsHome-basedImplementationStroke To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:30e8ae3f-568d-496b-a063-d7057f7fa0a9 DOI https://doi.org/10.3109/09638288.2014.885091 TNO identifier 492682 Source Disability and rehabilitation, 36 (24), 2019-2030 Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.