MoVo-LISA (Lifestyle-Integrated Sporting Activity) is an intervention specifically designed for inpatient rehabilitation. The aim of MoVo-LISA is to support patients during rehab to prepare a regular exercise or sports program for the time after the clinic, in order to make physical activity a permanent part of everyday life. To achieve this goal, the group program (6-8 participants) focusses on motivational preconditions for action and volitional implementation skills. MoVo-LISA consists of five modules: two group sessions (60-90 min each) and a one-on-one interview (approx. 10 min) at the clinic as well as a postal reminder and a short phone call three and six weeks after discharge from the clinic. The modules are presented in more detail here:
Three weeks after their stay in the clinic, patients receive a postal reminder with the personal MoVo-LISA contents worked out; six weeks after discharge from the clinic, a short phone call of about 10 minutes is made.
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