Main outcome measures
List of abbreviations:EBP (Evidence-based practice), SRAlab (Shirley Ryan AbilityLab), EBPQ (Evidence-Based Practice Questionnaire), EBPAS (Evidence-Based Practice Attitudes Scale), OCRBS (Organizational Change Recipients’ Beliefs Scale), ANOVA (Analysis of variance), SAS (Statistical Analysis System), Phys (Physicians), AH (Allied health)
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Preliminary analyses of the first year's data were presented in a symposium at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine in October 2017, with the final data published to validate the measurements at time 1 was published in BMC Health Services Research by Smith et al, 2020 (DOI: 10.1186/s12913-020-05118-4).
Preliminary analyses of the three-year results were presented at the APTA's Center on Health Services Research and Training Summer Institute as a virtual meeting platform presentation (May 21, 2020), as a virtual poster presentation at Academy Health conference (June 2020), in a virtual symposium at American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (September 2020), and at an in-person symposium at American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (November 2022).
Acknowledgement of financial support: Research reported in this publication was supported, in part, for MR by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research Advances in Rehabilitation Research and Training Grant (H133P130013); the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (F32 HS025077), the National Institutes of Health's National Institute on Aging (P30AG059988), and for RL by Research Career Scientist Award (Number IK6 RX003351 from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs Rehabilitation R&D (Rehab RD) Service. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health or the organizations.
In Memoriam: The authors are indebted to the vision and leadership of Dr. Joanne Smith who oversaw the transition of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago to the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.
Conflicts of interest: The authors declare salary from the organization (see affiliations) studied in the article. AH is a former board member of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. PH reports travel support from the University of Illinois at Chicago. RL reports travel support by the target organization, as well as being a Scientific Advisory Board member of SpineX, Inc, and a Scientific Advisor of the KITE Research Institute of UHN, Toronto ON, Canada, and has received in kind donations by Celgene, Inc and Allergan, with no other relevant conflicts of interest.