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Table 2 Stroke survivor and caregiver observation participant characteristics table

From: Factors influencing sedentary behaviours after stroke: findings from qualitative observations and interviews with stroke survivors and their caregivers

SiteStroke survivor or caregiverPseudonymRelated stroke survivorRelationship to stroke survivorObservation settingGenderAgeOccupational statusBarthel scoreFAC
YorkshireStroke survivorOliviaInpatientF70–79Retired196
YorkshireStroke survivorFlorenceInpatientF70–79Retired71
YorkshireStroke survivorCharlotteCommunityF70–79Retired195
YorkshireStroke survivorGeorgeCommunityM80–89Retired71
YorkshireStroke survivorJackCommunityM30–39Employed124
YorkshireStroke survivorOliverInpatient & communityM60–69Employed154
YorkshireStroke survivorHarryInpatient & communityM80–89Retired163
YorkshireCaregiverJosephOliviaSpouseInpatientM80–89Retired
YorkshireCaregiverDavidFlorenceSonInpatientM50–59Employed
YorkshireCaregiverElizaGeorgeDaughterCommunityF60–69Retired
YorkshireCaregiverMatildaJackCo-habiting partnerCommunityF40–49Employed
YorkshireCaregiverJoshuaHarrySonInpatient & CommunityM40–49Employed
EdinburghStroke survivorJaxonInpatientM80–89Retired73
EdinburghStroke survivorLucaInpatientM40–49Employed206
EdinburghStroke survivorMatthewInpatientM60–69Employed71
EdinburghStroke survivorEmmaCommunityF40–49Employed206
EdinburghStroke survivorHarveyCommunityM60–69Retired206
EdinburghStroke survivorAmberCommunityF40–49Employed184
EdinburghStroke survivorHarleyCommunityM50–59Employed173
EdinburghStroke survivorReggieCommunityM70–79Retired162
EdinburghStroke survivorTommyCommunityM50–59Retired155
EdinburghStroke survivorMollieCommunityF50–59Employed162
EdinburghStroke survivorMaisieInpatient & CommunityF60–69Retired206
EdinburghCaregiverHollyMatthewPartnerInpatientF