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Rehabilitation after Wrist Fracture: A Survey for Health Care Professionals

This is a national survey of healthcare practitioners involved in the management of patients with wrist fracture. The principal aim of the survey is to identify current referral patterns, clinical decision-making rules and barriers to rehabilitation after wrist fracture in practice nationally. We also aim to gain an insight into the knowledge, beliefs and attitudes of healthcare practitioners regarding rehabilitation practices for the management of patients with wrist fractures.

This survey is about current rehabilitation practices for patients who are aged 50 and over with wrist fracture.


Unless otherwise stated, when we refer to patients or people with wrist fractures, we are referring to people aged 50 and over with any distal fracture of the radius.


There will be questions at the end of the survey asking how COVID has affected your practice.