HeART of Stroke: randomised controlled, parallel-arm, feasibility study of a community-based arts and health intervention plus usual care compared with usual care to increase psychological well-being in people following a stroke

Caroline Ellis-Hill, Sarah Thomas, Fergus Gracey, Catherine Lamont-Robinson, Robin Cant, Elsa M.R. Marques, Peter W. Thomas, Mary Grant, Samantha Nunn, Thomas Paling, Charlotte Thomas, Alessa Werson, Kathleen Galvin, Frances Reynolds, Damian Jenkinson

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Original languageEnglish
Article numbere021098
JournalBMJ Open
Volume9
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Publication statusPublished - 8 Mar 2019

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Ellis-Hill, C., Thomas, S., Gracey, F., Lamont-Robinson, C., Cant, R., Marques, E. M. R., Thomas, P. W., Grant, M., Nunn, S., Paling, T., Thomas, C., Werson, A., Galvin, K., Reynolds, F., & Jenkinson, D. (2019). HeART of Stroke: randomised controlled, parallel-arm, feasibility study of a community-based arts and health intervention plus usual care compared with usual care to increase psychological well-being in people following a stroke. BMJ Open, 9, [e021098]. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2017-021098