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Real World Evidence: A Quantitative and Qualitative Glance at Participant Feedback from a Free-Response Survey Investigating Experiences of a Structured Exercise Intervention for Men with Prostate Cancer

Table 3

Responses to multiple choice questions.

Q1. Would you take part again, if offered hospital-based exercise classes again?
Yes3995.2%
No24.8%

Q2. Do you prefer …
Exercising independently, outside of the hospital819.5%
Exercising using hospital facilities, with minimal support24.8%
Structured exercise classes within the hospital3073.3%
No preference12.4%

Q3. When doing independent exercise outside of the hospital, rather than supervised exercise, do you feel more motived to exercise, or less motivated?
More motivated1536.6%
Less motivated2356.1%
The same37.3%

Q4. Was your prior perception of how hard you would be pushed on the exercise programme accurate?
Yes1434.2%
No2765.8%

Q5. If we had given you an advice leaflet on exercise, and you were not offered exercise classes within the hospital, would you have been …
More likely to exercise49.8%
Less likely to exercise2561.0%
The same either way1229.2%

Q6. If your doctor had recommended exercise to you to improve treatment outcome, and you were not offered exercise classes within the hospital, would you have been …
More likely to exercise1024.4%
Less likely to exercise1434.2%
The same either way1741.4%

Q7. If your doctor had NOT recommended exercise to you to improve treatment outcome, but you were offered exercise classes within the hospital within the nursing team, would you have been …
More likely to exercise3175.6%
Less likely to exercise24.8%
The same either way819.6%

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