Table 1

Stakeholders taking part in the study

Type of stakeholderSEM (n=24)Interviews (n=9)FG2 (n=12)FG3 (n=10)FG4 (n=9)FG5 (n=9)Usability evaluation (n=16)Total (n=53*)
Stroke survivor 10 2 2 2 2 8 18
Carer 1 1 1 1 1 1
Health and social care professional 8 7 3 2 2 2 8 22
  GP251111813
  Physiotherapist212
  Speech and language therapist11
  Social care professional11
  Public health doctor11
  Consultant psychiatrist11
  Occupational therapist11111
  Acute stroke care consultant22
Policymakers and commissioners 3 2 2 2 2 2 6
Third sector representatives 2 2
Academic researchers (social scientist, researchers working with SLSR/LDN databases) 4 3 2 2 4
  • King’s College London’s Stroke Research Patient and Family Group (SRPFG) comprising 32 stroke survivors and carers also provided feedback on the design of the intervention in two of their meetings.

  • *Overall 53 participants took part in the study, but a number of stakeholders took part on multiple occasions.

  • The bold fonts highlight the row that summarises the number of participants (eg, the row ’Health and social care professional' summarises the rows below (eg., GP, physiotherapist, etc).

  • FG, focus group; GP, general practitioner; LDN, Lambeth Datanet; SEM, stakeholder engagement meeting; SLSR, South London Stroke Register.