Implementation Research in Community Based Rehabilitation

  title={Implementation Research in Community Based Rehabilitation},
  author={Wesam B. Darawsheh and Sawsan Tabbaa},
  journal={Research in Health Science},
Implementation research (IR) is a non-traditional methodology of research that enables the examination of application of multiple interventions within the complexities of the real-world, and the generation of solutions for emergent needs, especially in countries of low-moderate income. Community-based rehabilitation (CBR) is an evolving field of practice that lacks research traditions. Evidence guiding the practice of healthcare professionals in CBR and supporting its implementation is… Expand


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