Project Summary

Details

Title

Engagement in the Pediatric Rehabilitation lntervention Process: Its Nature, Measurement, and Role in the Determination of Outcomes

Funding

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Operating Grant: MOP-133397, 2014-2019

Lead Investigator

Gillian King

Partners

Measures of engagement being created/developed:

PRIME-P

Pediatric Rehabilitation Intervention Measure of Engagement – Parent
The parent’s perspective on their own engagement. This is targeted at parents who typically attend their child’s therapy sessions.

PRIME-C

Pediatric Rehabilitation Intervention Measure of Engagement – Child
The child or youth’s perspective on their own engagement.

PRIME-SP

Pediatric Rehabilitation Intervention Measure of Engagement – Service Provider
The service provider’s perspective on their client’s engagement. The client could be a child/youth, a parent, or both.

PRIME-PC

Parent-Rated Measure of Child Engagement
The parent’s perspective on their child’s engagement. This is targeted at parents who typically attend their child’s therapy sessions.

PRIME-G

Pediatric Rehabilitation Intervention Measure of Engagement – General
The parent’s perspective on their own engagement in their child’s therapy. This is targeted at parents who typically attend their child’s therapy sessions. The PRIME-G focuses on global engagement (engagement across the intervention) versus engagement in a particular session (PRIME-P).

PRIME-O

Pediatric Rehabilitation Intervention Measure of Engagement – Observation
An observer’s rating of client engagement. These are ratings of observable signs of engagement of the service provider and the client.

Parts of Project

Phase 1: Qualitative Interviews on the Nature of Engagement

Phase 2: Ethnographic Studies of Engagement
within Real Intervention Sessions

Phase 3: Measure Development/Refinement and Validation

Phase 4: Predictive Validity

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