Evidence-Based Practices in Rehabilitation Counseling: Findings from the Field

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“Thank you to everyone who participated for making this a vibrant and relevant
exchange of information and ideas!”

More than 60 rehabilitation researchers, practitioners, and academics convened at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on February 4 to discuss findings from recent research on evidence-based practices in rehabilitation counseling.

The symposium provided rehabilitation counselors and researchers an overview of evidence-based practices in rehabilitation counseling.  Internationally-recognized scholars presented their recent research and discussed how it relates to the practice of rehabilitation counseling.   Participants gained an increased awareness of ongoing research among the many stakeholders in rehabilitation counseling, as well as insight into future research directions necessary to promote the quality of life and inclusion of persons with disabilities.

You can access presentation materials by clicking on the links below.  More materials will be added to this page as they become available.

Promoting and Supporting Evidence-Based Rehabilitation Practice with Knowledge Translation
John Lui and Cayte Anderson
PowerPoint:
RRTC-EBP VR Promoting and Supporting Evidence-Based Rehabilitation Practice with Knowledge Translation
Transcript of Presentation:
RRTC-EBP VR Lui-Anderson Supporting EBP with KT 02 2015
Audio of Presentation:

 

Personal and Environmental Factors that Support and Encourage Innovation and Best Practices that Lead to Employment Outcomes in Public Rehabilitation
Fong Chan and Tim Tansey
PowerPoint:
RRTC-EBP VR Personal and Environmental Factors that Support and Encourage Innovation and Best Practices that Lead to Employment Outcomes in Public Rehabilitation

Best Practices in Achieving Employment Outcomes: Findings from a Multiple Case Study of Agencies in the Public Rehabilitation Program
Michael Leahy, Roy Del Valle, and Susan Sherman
PowerPoint:
RRTC-EBP VR Best Practices in Achieving Employment Outcomes Findings from a Multiple Case Study of Agencies in the Public Rehabilitation Program

Agenda for Symposium 02 04 15

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