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Table 1 Audit data from medical records across five teams at baseline and follow-up 12 months later

From: Increasing delivery of an outdoor journey intervention to people with stroke: A feasibility study involving five community rehabilitation teams

Criteria % Compliance % Change
  Baseline Follow-up  
  (N = 77) (N = 53)  
Intervention: Is there written evidence of intervention aimed at increasing outdoor journeys n % n %  
   Six sessions or more 13 17% 17 32% +15%
   Four sessions or more 16 21% 19 39% +18%
   Two sessions or more 27 35% 25 51% +16%
   At least one session 44 57% 37 76% -19%
   No sessions provided 33 43% 16 13% -30%
Screening Questions: Were the following content areas documented? n % n %  
   Mobility status 77 100% 53 100% 0.0%
   Home access 69 90% 47 89% -1.0%
   Pre-stroke driving status 37 48% 38 72% +24%
   Preferred destinations 19 25% 24 45% +20%
   Preferred modes of travel 27 35% 34 61% +26%
   Reasons for limited outings 26 34% 21 40% +6.0%
   Current outings discussed 39 51% 35 66% +15%
   Number of weekly outings estimated 11 14% 16 30% +16%
  1. Medical records were audited across five community rehabilitation teams