Concurrent Session 7: Rehabilitation

Concurrent Session

Date/Time: Friday, April 30, 2021 - 2:45 PM to 4:45 PM
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Description:

Patient Oriented Knowledge Translation in Rehabilitation

Billions of dollars have been invested globally in health research, but the knowledge is unlikely to translate into health benefits if it is not being used in clinical practice or by individuals to inform their action. The purpose of this presentation is to discuss recent research that aims to modernize the process of knowledge translation and enhance health of people with osteoarthritis.

This presentation consists of two parts.  First, recent research on digital tools for promoting physical activity and supporting patients to make evidence-informed treatment decisions will be discussed. Second, it will explore strategies to meaningfully engage patients in the development and evaluation of these tools. A new framework will be introduced to guide the process of meaningful patient involvement in the research process.

Abstract(s):

  • 55. FALLS PREVENTION: THE MISSING ELEMENT IN OSTEOARTHRITIS CARE
    I. Ackerman, D. Ayton, T. Tsindos, A. Barker, S-E. Soh; Monash Univ., Melbourne, Australia

  • 56. FOOTWEAR FOR SELF-MANAGING KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS SYMPTOMS: THE FOOTSTEP RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
    K. L. Paterson1, K. L. Bennell1, P. K. Campbell1, B. R. Metcalf1, J. Kasza2, T. W. Wrigley1, R. S. Hinman1; 1The Univ. of Melbourne, Carlton, Australia, 2Monash Univ., Melbourne, Australia

  • 57. COST-UTILITY ANALYSIS OF A CLUSTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL IMPLEMENTING A STRUCTURED OSTEOARTHRITIS MODEL IN PRIMARY HEALTHCARE
    N. Østerås1, E. Aas2, T. Moseng1, L. van Bodegom-Vos3, K. Dziedzic4, B. Natvig2, J. Røtterud5, T. Vliet Vlieland3, K. Hagen1; 1Diakonhjemmet Hosp., Oslo, Norway, 2Univ. of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, 3Leiden Univ. Med. Ctr., Leiden, Netherlands, 4Keele Univ., Keele, United Kingdom, 5Akershus Univ. Hosp., Lørenskog, Norway

  • 58. NON HEALTHCARE EXERCISE PROFESSIONAL LED EXERCISE FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS - A COCHRANE REVIEW.
    E. L. Healey1, J. L. Jordan1, O. O. Babatunde1, N. E. Walsh2; 1Keele Univ., Newcastle-under-Lyme, United Kingdom, 2Univ. of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom

  • 59. ASSOCIATION OF PAIN INTENSITY AND PATTERNS WITH RESPONSE TO EXERCISE IN KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS
    S. Lee1, T. Neogi2, D. Kumar1,2; 1Boston Univ., Boston, MA, 2Boston Univ. Sch. of Med., Boston, MA

  • 60. LINKING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WITH KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS OUTCOMES: AN EVIDENCE MAP USING THE OSTEOARTHRITIS INITIATIVE
    A. R. Budarick, R. F. Moyer; Dalhousie Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada

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