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Participation in exercise and sport for individuals with minimal disability from multiple sclerosis: Qualitative feasibility data

James Cook University
Smith, Moira ; Barker, Ruth ; Williams, Gavin
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The flexible exercise participation program (FEPP) is a novel intervention developed to enable individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS) participate and progress in an exercise or sport of their choice. The FEPP is underpinned by guidelines on aerobic exercise for individuals with MS and is supported by a physiotherapist using behaviour change techniques. As part of a FEPP feasibility trial, the aim of this nested study was to explore the experience of participation in the FEPP from the perspective of individuals with MS.

The objectives were to

i) determine the acceptability of the FEPP and

ii) identify recommendations for improvement.

A mixed methods study using a sequential explanatory design was conducted. Part I consisted of a quantitative participant survey. Survey data were analysed descriptively using SPSS and informed the protocol for part II - qualitative interviews. Interview data were analysed thematically using NVivo. Part III consisted of integration of quantitative and qualitative data to allow greater explanation of survey responses. Individuals with MS who had participated in the FEPP feasibility trial were invited to take part in the study.

This data record includes participant demographics, survey data and analysis, focus group summaries, NVivo coding nodes, thematic maps and member checking sheets. Audio files and transcriptions are not available due to confidentiality reasons.

Software/equipment used to create/collect the data: Qualtrics Excel NVivo software version 12

Software/equipment used to manipulate/analyse the data: SPSS version 27

Notes

Supporting documents including the questionnaire, Nvivo nodes and the thematic map are available from the data tab below. Participant demographics, survey data and analysis, focus group summaries and member checking sheets are available via conditional access only.

Created: 2021-12-07

Data time period: 06 12 2019 to 30 12 2021

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  • Local : https://research.jcu.edu.au/data/published/b65a307040f211ec8178bfe67171bb3e
  • DOI : 10.25903/wer2-9510