Forging Alliances in Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Research (FAIRR): A Logic Model

@article{Gill2017ForgingAI,
  title={Forging Alliances in Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Research (FAIRR): A Logic Model},
  author={Simone V. Gill and Mary A. Khetani and Leanne Yinusa-Nyahkoon and Beth M. McManus and Paula M. Gardiner and Linda Tickle-Degnen},
  journal={American Journal of Physical Medicine \& Rehabilitation},
  year={2017},
  volume={96},
  pages={479–486}
}
Abstract In a patient-centered care era, rehabilitation can benefit from researcher-clinician collaboration to effectively and efficiently produce the interdisciplinary science that is needed to improve patient-centered outcomes. The authors propose the use of the Forging Alliances in Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Research (FAIRR) logic model to provide guidance to rehabilitation scientists and clinicians who are committed to growing their involvement in interdisciplinary rehabilitation… 

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