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four operationallydefined sub elements Rated on a scale from insufficient to optimal (-5 to +5) and converted to a visual scale. Definitions for each sub element are provided on the subsequent pages. APPLICATION Care Environmental Shi NATIONAL REPORT CARD 197 ce Outcomes) POLICY CHANGE Change Agents Societal Awareness Community Capacity 2020 PRIORITY 1 2020 PRIORITY 2 priority rating Ranging on a numerical scale from 1 to 3, with 1 indicating the category/domain of highest priority. Priority ratings identify one of the three categories to which prospective efforts and funding must be directed, in order to achieve evolution in rehabilitation service delivery and practice. Specifically, sights are set on the year 2020, to achieve significant enhancement in best practice. Thus, the report cards serve as summaries for specific goals, as well as a means by which all rehabilitation goals, included in the Atlas, can be compared. for strategic reinvestments in that vision, to ensure the realignment of health system priorities and policies. These are necessary to enable interprofessional care delivery – which supports the philosophical underpinnings and customization of care contained within the rehabilitation framework – and to guarantee the best health, quality of life and economic outcomes for Canadians with SCI over their lifetime.


S - National Report Card
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