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What Makes a Community-Based Physical Activity Program Successful for Adults With Moderate-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury?

      To explore the experiences of mentors, participants, and administrators involved in a community-based peer-assisted physical activity (PA) program for adults with moderate-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) to inform 1) program theory to guide the program’s logic model; 2) future measures to evaluate program impacts on participants; and 3) sex/gender considerations to further refine the program for a larger group of users.
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