Journal article

Towards a paradigm shift in pediatric rehabilitation: Accelerating the uptake of evidence on participation into routine clinical practice

D Anaby, M Khetani, B Piskur, M van der Holst, G Bedell, F Schakel, A de Kloet, R Simeonsson, C Imms

DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION | TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD | Published : 2021

Abstract

PURPOSE: Evidence for the importance of focusing on participation to promote health and wellbeing in childhood-onset disability exists, but practice is slow to change. This paper provides a knowledge translation roadmap to accelerate uptake of participation evidence into day-to-day practice. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A structured roadmap to guide knowledge translation initiatives for implementing participation-based practices in co-creation with service users was developed based on elements from: the Five-factorframework for predicting implementation outcomes, the Cultural Cone framework, and the Knowledge-to-Action model. RESULTS: Guiding principles paired with examples of multi-component know..

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