Post-stroke fatigue and physical inactivity
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Learning objectives

At the end of this elearning program, the learner will know more about:

- The associations of fatigue after stroke that might provide targets for treatment
- Approaches to fatigue management
- The evidence about the benefits of physical fitness training after stroke
- Knowledge gaps-in relation to physical fitness training after stroke-and the areas where further research is needed

Post-stroke fatigue and physical inactivity
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