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Table 3 Intervention components and modes of delivery

From: Testing the feasibility of a knowledge translation intervention designed to improve chiropractic care for adults with neck pain disorders: study protocol for a pilot cluster-randomized controlled trial

Key elements and topics Delivery
(1) Three 50–60-min webinars containing didactic information on the following topics  
aWebinar 1. * Overview of what evidence-informed practice is and why CPGs are useful CMCC continuing education (online)
 Webinar 2. * Key recommendation of the new guideline on the management of non-specific neck pain CMCC continuing education (online)
 Webinar 3. * Introduction to self-management strategies and to the Brief Action Planning (BAP) model in particular CMCC continuing education (online)
(2) Two online case scenarios each with care options to help apply recommendations as a proxy for daily practice with quizzes Accessible on Fluid Survey after completion of the webinar 2 (neck pain guideline) at
http://fluidsurveys.com/s/ClinicalVignette1
http://fluidsurveys.com/s/ClinicalVignette2
(3) A self-management video underpinned by the BAP model to demonstrate how clinicians can facilitate patient decisions about self-management strategies. The video portrays a clinician discussing active planning strategies with a chronic neck pain patient who chooses to increase his/her level of physical activity Accessible online after completion of the webinar 3 (BAP) on the LMS of the CMCC through a link from the CCGI website at http://www.chiropractic.ca/guidelines-best-practice/Chiropractors/resources/physical-activity-ergonomics-public-health/
  1. aBefore watching webinar 1 on EIP, clinicians will be encouraged to complete three online modules (Evidence Informed Practice, Summary Research, and Assessing Summary Research) at http://www.csh.umn.edu/evidenceinformedpracticemodules/index.htm
  2. *All three webinars were recorded between October 29 and November 26, 2014, for future diffusion to participants in the intervention group