Physical activity coaching for adults with mobility limitations: protocol for the ComeBACK pragmatic hybrid effectiveness-implementation type 1 randomised controlled trial
Leanne Hassett, Anne Tiedemann, Rana S Hinman, Maria Crotty, Tammy Hoffmann, Lisa Harvey, Nicholas F Taylor, Colin Greaves, Daniel Treacy, Matthew Jennings, Andrew Milat, Kim L Bennell, Kirsten Howard, Maayken van den Berg, Marina Pinheiro, Siobhan Wong, Catherine Kirkham, Elizabeth Ramsay, Sandra O'Rourke, Catherine Sherrington
BMJ Open | BMJ PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2020
INTRODUCTION: Mobility limitation is common and often results from neurological and musculoskeletal health conditions, ageing and/or physical inactivity. In consultation with consumers, clinicians and policymakers, we have developed two affordable and scalable intervention packages designed to enhance physical activity for adults with self-reported mobility limitations. Both are based on behaviour change theories and involve tailored advice from physiotherapists. METHODS AND ANALYSIS: This pragmatic hybrid effectiveness-implementation type 1 randomised control trial (n=600) will be undertaken among adults with self-reported mobility limitations. It aims to estimate the effects on physical ac..View full abstract
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Awarded by Australian National Health and Medical Research Council
This work is supported by a project grant from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (APP 1145739). Authors LH, AT, RSH and CS receive salary funding from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council Fellowship.