Journal article

Implementation interventions to promote the uptake of evidence-based practices in stroke rehabilitation

Liana S Cahill, Leeanne M Carey, Natasha A Lannin, Megan Turville, Cheryl L Neilson, Elizabeth A Lynch, Carol E McKinstry, Jia Xi Han, Denise O'Connor

Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews | WILEY | Published : 2020


BACKGROUND: Rehabilitation based upon research evidence gives stroke survivors the best chance of recovery. There is substantial research to guide practice in stroke rehabilitation, yet uptake of evidence by healthcare professionals is typically slow and patients often do not receive evidence-based care. Implementation interventions are an important means to translate knowledge from research to practice and thus optimise the care and outcomes for stroke survivors. A synthesis of research evidence is required to guide the selection and use of implementation interventions in stroke rehabilitation. OBJECTIVES: To assess the effects of implementation interventions to promote the uptake of eviden..

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Awarded by Building Healthy Communities Grant

Funding Acknowledgements

Internal sourcesLa Trobe University, AustraliaLSC and MT were supported by Postgraduate ScholarshipsLMC was supported by a Building Healthy Communities Grant (#1023514)External sourcesJames S. McDonnell Foundation 21st Century Science Initiative in Cognitive Rehabilitation, USALMC was supported by a Collaborative Award (#220020413)