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Table 1 Survey results - general information

From: A mixed-methods approach to understanding partnership experiences and outcomes of projects from an integrated knowledge translation funding model in rehabilitation

N = 37 n
Project Status Completed 29
In progress 8
Study Design Qualitative 17
Quantitative 11
Other 9
Mixed Methods 8
Study Setting Rehabilitation 16
Other (community-based (5), university (3), national or international network of clinicians (3), communities of practice and school district) 13
Acute care 7
N/A 5
Tertiary care 3
Target population Health care providers 22
Adults (18–65) 12
Other professionals (managers (2), administrative staff (2), educators in rehab ethics, students, faculty, elementary school teachers) 8
Older adults (65+) 5
Parents or caregivers 4
Other (researchers, university students, decision makers) 4
School-aged children (4–12) 3
Adolescents (13–17) 2
Community/NGOs/grassroots 1
N/A (scoping review) 1
Infant/toddler (0–3) 0
Health condition of study population No specific condition/mixed 10
N/A (health care providers (4), scoping review)) 5
Chronic pain 4
General mental health 4
Stroke 3
Back pain (including neck) 3
Cerebral Palsy 2
Rheumatoid arthritis/Osteoarthritis 2
Hip fracture 1
Autism Spectrum Disorder 1
Spina Bifida 1
Multiple Sclerosis 1
Osteogenesis Imperfecta 1
Burn survivors 1
Stakeholders involved in the project Health system/care practitioners 28
Health System/Care Managers 15
Patients/consumers of health system/care 14
Families/caregivers 7
Health System/Care Administration 7
Students 6
Health System/Care Professional Organizations 4
Federal/Provincial Representatives 2
Community/Municipal Organizations 2
Consumer Groups/Charitable Organizations 2
Others (professors, teachers) 2
Media 1
Industry/Corporation 0
Use of a KT framework Yes 28
No 9
Name of framework or conceptual model used (N = 28) KTA cycle 22
Theoretical Domains Framework 2
KTA cycle + Technology Acceptance Model 1
KTA cycle + Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research 1
Ottawa Model of Research Use 1
Transtheoretical model of health behavior change 1