Training Physical Therapists in Person-Centered Practice for People With Osteoarthritis: A Qualitative Case Study
Belinda J Lawford, Clare Delany, Kim L Bennell, Caroline Bills, Janette Gale, Rana S Hinman
ARTHRITIS CARE & RESEARCH | WILEY | Published : 2018
OBJECTIVE: To explore physical therapists' experiences with, and the impacts of, a training program in person-centered practice to support exercise adherence in people with knee osteoarthritis. METHODS: This was a qualitative case study using semi-structured interviews, nested within a clinical trial. Eight Australian physical therapists were interviewed before, and after, training in person-centered practice for people with knee osteoarthritis. Training involved a 2-day workshop, skills practice, and audit of 8 consultations with 4 patients (per therapist), and a final single-day workshop for audit feedback and consolidation. Semi-structured interviews were audio-recorded and transcribed ve..View full abstract
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Awarded by Australian Research Council Future Fellowship
Supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council (Partnership Project #1112133), Centre of Research Excellence (#1079078), and the Medibank Better Health Foundation, with in-kind support from MOVE Muscle, Bone and Joint Health, HealthChange Australia, and the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Dr. Lawford's work was supported by a PhD stipend from the National Health and Medical Research Council Centre of Research Excellence (#1079078). Dr. Bennell's work was supported by a National Health and Medical Research Council Fellowship (#1058440). Dr. Hinman's work was supported by an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (FT130100175).