VR Counselors’ Engagement in Knowledge Translation Processes: Preliminary Results

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Preliminary results are in for the RRTC’s study to identify incentives, barriers, and specific training needs of vocational rehabilitation (VR) practitioners related to participation in a knowledge translation process, and to learn if acquiring new knowledge about evidence-based practices (EBP) results in applying and sharing such knowledge.

This study builds on information gained in the RRTC’s 2012 study to learn what VR counselors need to enable them to better implement EBP into their rehabilitation plans when working within the state-federal VR program.  Both studies were conducted in collaboration with the Council of State Administrators of Vocational Rehabiliation (CSAVR).

You can access preliminary results here: VR_Counselors_Engagement_in_KT_Preliminary_Results

Results from the 2012 survey are available here: Vocational Rehabiitation Counselors Speak: Preliminary Findings


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