What is it about?

The RETAKE Trial protocol is a detailed plan for a study that looks at how people go back to work after having a stroke. The researchers will use a mix of methods to learn more about this process, including interviews and data analysis. They will also use a theory called normalisation process theory to guide their research.

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Why is it important?

Returning to work after a stroke is a big goal for many stroke survivors, especially those who are of working age. This study is important because it will help us understand the challenges and successes people face when trying to return to work after a stroke. By learning more about this process, we can improve support and resources for stroke survivors in the workplace. Key Takeaways: • The RETAKE Trial protocol aims to study how stroke survivors return to work using a mix of research methods. • Understanding the return-to-work process after a stroke can help improve support for stroke survivors. • The study involves a team of researchers and experts who will analyze data and use a theory to guide their research. • By learning more about returning to work after a stroke, we can make workplaces more inclusive and supportive for stroke survivors. • The study's findings may lead to better resources and strategies for stroke survivors looking to re-enter the workforce.

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This page is a summary of: RETurn to work After stroKE (RETAKE) Trial: protocol for a mixed-methods process evaluation using normalisation process theory, BMJ Open, March 2022, BMJ,
DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-053111.
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