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Canadian SCI Rehabilitation Introduction

E-Scan Scoping Review Methods The widely used six-step method for scoping reviews, described in the Arksey and O’Malley framework, was modified, by the investigative team, to align with the field and project scope. Overview of E-Scan Methods Craven C, Balioussis C, Verier MC, Hsieh JT, Cherban E, Rashed A, Noonan V, Wolfe D. Using scoping review methods to describe current capacit y and prescribe change in Canadian SCI rehabilitation service delivery. J Spinal Cord Med. 2012;35(5):392-9. Identifying the research question Develop rehab framework Arculate rehab goals Selection of Rehabilitation Goals from the Rehabilitation Framework was Based On: • Accordance with the ICF framework • Relevance to the Canadian context Define data elements and create data collecon forms • The state of existing literature/guidelines • The richness of the dataset available after the multi-centre data collection • Gaps, regional disparities or inequities • Stakeholder domains of interest • Alignment with the Rick Hansen Institute’s Best Practice Implementation Program. Data analysis Literature reviews Data clarificaon and validaon by sites and content experts Data collaon Report card compleon Modified delphi Atlas Canadian SCI rehab service distribuon and evaluaon The Framework presents 37 goals of rehabilitation practice: 18 in body structure and function, nine in activity, and ten in participation. Each of the 17 selected rehabilitation goals forms a separate chapter of the E-Scan Atlas, and falls within a specific ICF domain: 1. Body structure and function: Walking, Reaching, Grasping and Manipulation, Cardiovascular Integrity, Skeletal Integrity, Skin Integrity, Bowel Continence, Bladder Continence, Ameliorate Neuropathic Pain, Independence in Breathing, Emotional Wellbeing and Optimizing Spasticity. 2. Activity: Wheelchair Mobility. 3. Participation: Community Participation, Employment and Vocation, Informed Self-Management, Physical Activity and Sexual Health. Throughout this Atlas, we discuss each rehab goal in isolation, in order to clarify the underlying construct, and highlight the interprofessional and multimodal aspects of rehabilitation care. In reality, individuals have more than one rehab goal, and many of the goals and processes described occur concurrently. Collect and clean survey data RHSCIR infrastructure 12 CAPTURING CAPACITY IN CANADIAN SCI REHABILITATION


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