||Lal, S. & Korner-Bitenskey, N. (2012). Motivational interviewing: a novel intervention for translating rehabilitation research into practice. Disability and Rehabilitation, 35(11), 919-23. doi: 10.3109/09638288.2012.711897.
||Motivational interviewing: a novel intervention for translating rehabilitation research into practice
||Disability and Rehabilitation
||This article examines the intricacies of motivation and behavior in a rehabilitation research and practice context. Specifically, the authors posit that motivational interviewing (MI) is a valid knowledge translation (KT) strategy to consider. MI is described as having three core tenets: collaboration, evocation, and autonomy. For the purposes of collaboration it is assumed that a researcher or other KT broker would handle this function. This article continues to explain the other principals of MI and provides an overview within a KT and rehabilitation research framework.
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