Building rehabilitation research competency in primary care. Nina K. Vøllestad Dept. of Health Sciences Institute of Health and Society - PDF

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Building rehabilitation research competency in primary care Nina K. Vøllestad Dept. of Health Sciences Institute of Health and Society Primary health care in Norway Weak traditions for research Very few

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Building rehabilitation research competency in primary care Nina K. Vøllestad Dept. of Health Sciences Institute of Health and Society Primary health care in Norway Weak traditions for research Very few have research competence Exported to specialized health care and universities/colleges Few and small institutions for interaction between clinicians and researchers Marginal resources for research Typical also for rehabilitation Solutions? Development of competence to Lead or participate in research Improve the communication between researchers and clinicians clinical issues; including challenges, experience research issues; including ideas, plans and results Transform research to quality development Establish strong structures for interaction between primary care and research groups A number of ways to achieve this Involvement of clinicians in research over long periods Objectives - FYSIOPRIM Increased knowledge Higher competence Larger and long-term research activity Improved conditions for higher quality of clinical practice more relevant research projects Three main components Methods and tools for clinical use Clinical trials and cohort studies Models for research in primary care Univ of Oslo Dep of Health Sciences 8 researchers NTNU Dep of Public Health and General Practice 6 researchers Diakonhjemmet hospital National Advisory Unit on Rehabilitation in Rheumatology 3 researchers Collaborating outpatient clinics or municipalities Outpatient clinics with a clinical coordinator Clinician on part time appointment in FYSIOPRIM; contract with municipality Models for collaboration Researcher Clinician Municipality Set up to develop two-way knowledge exchange and translation Researcher Clinician Models for collaboration Researcher Clinician Clinical coordinators 5 years Expected to use their clinical knowledge and competence Participate in discussions about research ideas and projects that the researchers suggest Have an impact on development from ideas to study protocols Coordinate data capture locally at their clinic Clinical coordinators - Examples of projects Development a system for standardized data collection in clinical practice the content what to measure of the system how to measure and how to capture data Establishing and testing a core set of measures for physical fitness applicable in clinical practice Does intervention targeting motor control problems improve physical function and general health? Models for collaboration Clinicians part time position in FYSIOPRIM 2 years Forward ideas for research from clinical practice Facilitate discussions of the ideas and possible research projects Carry out smaller projects Facilitate use of the researchers' competence in seminars for clinicians Researcher Municipality Clinician Models for collaboration Clinicians part time position in FYSIOPRIM Given courses in research methodology, database searching etc Provided with infrastructure such as access to library and databases Researcher Municipality Clinician Examples of smaller projects in the municipalities Implementation of common assessment tools for everyone involved in rehabilitation in the municipality Distress among high school students A need for preventive interventions? Coordinated actions to prevent falls among elderly, including a new tool to assess risk for falling Evaluation of an intervention in kindergarden Mastering through the body Recommendations recent evaluation Use partnership facilitators e.g. such as our clinical coordinators Research projects should be developed through collaboration between municipality, clinicians and researchers in all stages Organize the clinicians in networks Establish meeting places where everyone involved discuss issues related to the project Provide education when needed and infrastructure Continuity is needed long-term collaboration Melby 2014 Sintef rapport A26281 Thanks Irma B. Blaker Torgrim Tønne Ragnhild Karlsen Arnhild Skjølberg Turid Høysveen Roar Robinson Gro A. Øyehaug Aina P. Smedsrud Anne Merete Bjørnerud Hege Handeland Roar Høidal Elisabeth Eklo Ellinor Alstad Lise Brauten Bjørg Vada Anita Formoe Bones The Norwegian Fund for Post- Graduate Training in Physiotherapy Ottar Vasseljen Hanne Dagfinrud Nina Østerås Hilde Stendal Robinson Monica Unsgaard-Tøndel Kari Anne I. Evensen Anne Marit Mengshoel Inger Holm Kåre Birger Hagen Astrid Woodhouse Ann-Katrin Stensdotter Anne Therese Tveter Ingebrigt Meisingset
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