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Clinical Trial Summary

The objective of the proposal is to determine the feasibility of implementing Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) and Motivational Interviewing (MI) methods to enhance adherence for a 4-week self-initiated arm training protocol. A non-randomized feasibility study using a 4-week UE training protocol will be conducted in 15 individuals within the first 12 months post-stroke living in the community. EMA data will be collected using a mobile app to automate real-time collection of adherence data on a daily basis. MI will be used to produce self-generated training plans (training goals, training schedule), guided by the therapist before the start of training.

Clinical Trial Description

Using a mixed methods design, the study will collect quantitative data before, during, and after training. Qualitative data will be collected after the training period and analyzed to explain the quantitative findings in depth, within the context of everyday life. Study aim 1 is to evaluate the feasibility of using EMA to measure adherence and of applying the MI approach. Quantitative data will include four indicators of adherence and accuracy. Interview responses will be used as qualitative data to elucidate participants' acceptance of the MI approach and feedback on using the EMA app. Study aim 2 is to explore to what extent UE outcomes change after the 4-week self-initiated home-based rehabilitation program. Outcomes will include UE use in real-world environments and self-perceived changes in UE use. ;

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NCT number NCT05032638
Study type Interventional
Source NYU Langone Health
Contact Grace Kim
Phone 212-998-5846
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date September 15, 2021
Completion date June 2022

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