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2021 eTalk #6 - Research translation: The clinician’s role

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  • Overview

As Scholars, physiotherapists demonstrate a commitment to maintaining and enhancing their professional competence. A physiotherapist’s scholarly abilities allow them to contribute to the application, dissemination, translation, and creation of knowledge and practices applicable to the health and other sectors. Physiotherapists utilise the best available research evidence to arrive at decisions, while taking client values and preferences into account.

Refine your scholarly abilities through this eTalk, covering:

  • Aims of research translation – shortening the research to practice gap
  • How clinicians can drive research that is translatable and implementable
  • Change management approach to implementation
  • Examples of research translation methodology
  • Successful and less successful research translation examples


Note: This eTalk is a recording of an APA Live Lecture which took place on 27 April 2021.



Professor Catherine, APAM - PhD, B App Sci (Physio)

Dr Danielle Hitch


CPD Hours

1.5 hour

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