Important-performance analysis to conceptualize goal priorities in community dwelling stroke survivors

  • Catherine C. Hay (Creator)
  • Monique R. Pappadis (Creator)
  • Angelle M. Sander (Creator)
  • Susan C. Weller (Creator)
  • Wanyi Wang (Creator)
  • Timothy Andrew Reistetter (Creator)



It is important for clinicians to have a better understanding of stroke survivor’s goals. Important performance analysis (IPA) is a tool that could be utilized to identify goal priorities in rehabilitation. To examine the utility of the IPA method to identify goal priorities in a diverse group of community dwelling stroke survivors. Thirty-eight stroke survivors completed private structured interviews and were asked to rate their perceived importance and performance of 37 goal areas. Important-performance analysis (IPA) was utilized to determine goal priorities for the overall sample. Different IPA methods used to identify goal priorities were compared. Goal priorities were also compared by age (dichotomized as
Datos disponibles2021
EditorTaylor & Francis

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