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Commentary on: Monforte J, Davis C, Saleem S, Smith B. Moving on From the Delphi Study: The Development of a Physical Activity Training Programme Prototype Through Co-produced Qualitative Research. Qual Health Res. 2022 Nov;32(13):1952–1964. doi: 10.1177/10497323221126535. Epub 2022 Sep 14.
Implications for practice and research
Dialogical inquiry, which aims to facilitate people hearing themselves and others in collaborative and non-hierarchical settings, is compatible with the practice of coproduction.
A Delphi study alone may be insufficient for informing the design of educational programmes, curriculum or policy agenda. Additional follow-up qualitative interviews should be conducted to rectify, improve and expand on consensus-based knowledge.
Regular physical activity is critical to the health and well-being of people living with disabilities (PLWD).1 PLWD are often unable to be as active as they want due to various obstacles, such as a lack of safe and suitable environments, equipment, transportation and relevant information. Identifying and mobilising trusted physical activity information messengers …
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