Knowledge translation in stroke rehabilitation: the state of evidence and real world examples
This webinar will introduce the science and practice of knowledge translation as applied to stroke rehabilitation.
Current research evaluating the evidence-base for knowledge translation strategies in stroke rehabilitation will be presented. Practical examples of knowledge translation projects aimed at producing health professional behaviour and practice change will be described.
About the presenters
Associate Professor Natasha Lannin, PhD, is employed in a joint research role with Alfred Health and La Trobe University, Victoria. She is an experienced neurological occupational therapist and rehabilitation researcher with more than 20 years experience. Natasha holds post-graduate certificate in Implementation Science (UCSF) and is the chair of the Management Committee of the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry (AusCR).
Liana Cahill is an occupational therapist, researcher and lecturer. She has practiced in neurological rehabilitation for over a decade in Australia, the United Kingdom and South Africa. Liana holds a Masters of Public Health and is currently completing her PhD in the area of knowledge translation and stroke rehabilitation.