REPORT CARD: Rehabilitation Goal REPORT CARD: Rehabilitation Goal KNOWLEDGE GENERATION Innovaon/Discovery Integrave Care Equity Pracce 2020 PRIORITY 3 2020 PRIORITY 2 16 CAPTURING CAPACITY IN CANADIAN SCI REHABILITATION REPORT KNOWLEDGE InnovaEmerging Outcome Resource Emerging Evidence Outcome Measures Resource Capacity CLINICAL Effec(Evidence Capacity 2020 PRIORITY 3 Innovaon/Discovery IntegraEquity KNOWLEDGE GENERATION Emerging Evidence Outcome Measures Resource Capacity CLINICAL APPLICATION Effecve Pracce (Evidence and Outcomes) Capacity Innovation/Discovery Novel methods, ideas, and/or practices that lead to advances in the field. Integrative Care The multidisciplinary and synergistic approach to healthcare service delivery. Emerging Evidence The academic weight and clinical value of findings from ongoing and recently completed research studies. Effective Practice The existence of clinical practice guidelines, best practice indicators or other relevant evidence to support practice implementation. Outcome Measures The tools being used to estimate the results of a treatment and evaluate its effectiveness. Equity Practice The equivalence of care provision across the country. Resource Capacity The extent to which the field has adequate graduate students, and basic and clinical scientists with the appropriate skills to investigate the needs expressed by individuals and service providers. Capacity The number of specialized staff members and the state of their professional development across the country. Report Card Decoding clinical application The CLINICAL APPLICATION component of the report card reflects the extent to which knowledge generated in rehabilitation research or practice science are IMPLEMENTED, EQUITABLY, throughout the knowledge generation The KNOWLEDGE GENERATION component of the report card provides a visual snapshot of rehabilitation research and research outcomes in Canada. Each indicator speaks to the current VOLUME and QUALITY of discovery and innovation, emerging evidence, outcomes and resources. The indicators represent human resources, processes and outcomes driving knowledge generation in SCI rehabilitation rather than being direct measures of research dollars or investments.
Canadian SCI Rehabilitation Introduction
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