Integrating an Evidence-Based Clinical Exercise Physiology Service Model into a Comprehensive Multiprofessional Rehabilitation Service for People with Brain Impairment: An Integrated Knowledge Transla
About the Project
The aim of this project is to use an Integrated Knowledge Translation Framework (ITKF) to develop a method for translating the successful, stand-alone Adapted Physical Activity Program (APAP) model of service into the integrated, multi-professional Acquired Brain Injury Transitional Rehabilitation Service (ABI-TRS).
The IKTF increases the prospects of successful translation because it includes the clinicians the end-users and key stakeholders in the knowledge generation and translation process.
Progress in this study includes:
- Development of the Adapted Physical Activity Translation Working Group
- Submission of first publication arising from the body of work
- Submission of the project protocol for ethical approval
- Development of timeline and project outcomes
Currently we have undertaken three focus groups with key ABI-TRS stakeholders in order to develop a plan for the successful translation of the APAP model.
Successful translation of the APAP model into the ABI-TRS service will empower people with ABI to pursue optimal health and functioning outcomes through engagement in physical activity which is safe, effective, enjoyable and sustainable.
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