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Table 4 Statements with the least influence on the use of eRehabilitation

From: Differences in factors influencing the use of eRehabilitation after stroke; a cross-sectional comparison between Brazilian and Dutch healthcare professionals

Statement
I would not use e-rehabilitation, if…
Factor of Grol Barrier/ facilitator Brazil (n = 99) Netherlands (n = 105)
    Median (IQR) Ranking Median (IQR) Ranking
The patient has too many physical disabilities after stroke Patient characteristic B 2 (1–2)a 88 1 (1–2) 88
The patient has too much aphasia after stroke Patient characteristic B 2 (1–2)a 87 2 (1–2) 87
I believe that there will be problems with software Resources B 2 (1–3)a 86 . 76
There is too little scientific evidence for the effectiveness of eRehabilitation Professional motivation not to change B 2 (1–3)a 85 2 (2–3) 82
Implementation of eRehabilitation happened simultaneously with other ICT projects Organization of care B 2 (2–3)a 84 . 74
The patient has too many cognitive disabilities after stroke Patient characteristic B 2 (2–3)a 83 2 (2–3) 85
The patient has visual problems Patient characteristic B 2 (2–3)a 82 2 (2–3) 80
Problems with the devices on which eRehabilitation is used Resources B 3 (1–4) 81 3 (1–3) 79
Problems with the internet connection Resources B 3 (1–4) 80 3 (1–3) 81
The patient cannot compare his/her results with the scores of other stroke patients Attractiveness F 3 (2–3)a 79 2 (1–3) 86
I cannot compare patients results with the scores of other stroke patients Attractiveness F . 74 2 (2–3) 84
The healthcare professional contacts the patients if he/she exercises too little Organization of care F . 70 2 (2–3) 83
  1. · = no part of least influencing statements, B; barrier, F; facilitator, IQR; Interquartile range
  2. aIn the top-ten when only physical therapists, rehabilitation physicians and psychologist are included