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REPORT CARD: Physical Activity KNOWLEDGE GENERATION CLINICAL APPLICATION POLICY CHANGE Innovaon/Discovery Integrave Care Environmental Shi Emerging Evidence Outcome Measures Resource Capacity Take Home Mesage: Clinical rehabilitation service delivery would be enhanced by improved linkages to academic partners who can provide guidance on evidence-based best practices and community-based organizations that can facilitate ongoing physical activity, post-rehabilitation. Specifically, increased attention to ensure physical activity programming meets recommended guidelines, during rehabilitation, may improve rehabilitation outcomes. In addition, incorporation of a health promotion perspective that focuses on lifestyle modification, and introduces individuals to a variety of sport and exercise opportunities, during rehabilitation, may increase the likelihood of ongoing, habitual physical activity participation, post-discharge. Resources Effecve Pracce (Evidence and Outcomes) Equity Pracce Capacity Change Agents Societal Awareness Community Capacity 2020 PRIORITY 2 2020 PRIORITY 1 2020 PRIORITY 3 1. Wolfe DL, Martin Ginis KA, Latimer AE, et al. Physical activity and SCI. In: Eng JJ, Teasell RW, Miller WC, et al., eds. Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Evidence. Version 3.0. Vancouver, BC; 2010. http://www.scireproject.com/rehabilitation-evidence/physical-activity. Accessed June 4, 2012. 2. Hicks AL, Martin KA, Ditor DS, et al. Long-term exercise training in persons with spinal cord injury: Effects of strength, arm ergometry performance and psychological wellbeing. Spinal Cord. 2003;41(1):34-43. 3. Martin Ginis KA, Latimer AE, Arbour-Nicitopoulos KP, Bassett RL, Wolfe DL, Hanna SE. Determinants of leisure time physical activity among people with spinal cord injury: A test of social cognitive theory. Ann Behav Med. 2011;42(1):127-33. 4. Bandura A. Social cognitive theory: an agentic perspective. Annu Rev Psychol. 2001;52:1-26. 5. Haisma JA, Post MW, van der Woude LH, et al. Functional independence and healthrelated functional status following spinal cord injury: a prospective study of the association with physical capacity. J Rehabil Med. 2008;40(10):812-8. 6. Tawashy AE, Eng JJ, Krassioukov AV, Miller WC, Sproule S. Aerobic exercise during early rehabilitation for cervical spinal cord injury. Phys Ther. 2010;90(3):427-37. 176 CAPTURING CAPACITY IN CANADIAN SCI REHABILITATION


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