The January supplemental issue of the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation focuses on Promoting Research Relevance—Strategies and Tactics for Enhancing Knowledge Translation and Use. The issue was edited by Deborah Backus, PhD, and Michael Jones, PhD, co-director of the NIDRR-funded Wireless RERC. It features three articles from NIDRR-funded projects:
- Participatory Action Research Designs in Applied Disability and Rehabilitation Science: Protecting Against Threats to Social Validity. Pages S20-S29, Tom Seekins, Glen W. White.
- Developing, Testing, and Sustaining Rehabilitation Interventions Via Participatory Action Research, Pages S30-S42, Dawn M. Ehde, Stephen T. Wegener, Rhonda M. Williams, Patti L. Ephraim, Jennifer E. Stevenson, Patricia J. Isenberg, Ellen J. MacKenzie.
- Maximizing Usability of Evidence in Rehabilitation Practice: Tips for Researchers, Pages S43-S48, Angelle M. Sander, Laura M. Van Veldhoven, Deborah Backus.
In addition, Jones and Backus contributed to Instilling a Research Culture in an Applied Clinical Setting.
Some items may be available in full text. Others may be restricted to subscribers. The entire issue is currently going through our acquisitions process and will be added to the NARIC collection within the next 30 days.
Review the Table of Contents for the full issue.