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Parkinson's Disease Support Groups in Rural America: Barriers, Resources, and Opportunities
The Qualitative Report
People with Parkinson's disease who live in rural communities may lack information and support regarding their condition, compared to those in urban or suburban areas. For the study described herein, the researchers sought to gain a deeper understanding of support group experiences of rural Parkinson's disease stakeholders through merging an interpretive phenomenological design with Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR). Using this merged approach, we collected qualitative data fromdoi:10.46743/2160-3715/2018.3312 fatcat:spipgasx5bhotgt5vroyycz3k4