Engaging Stakeholders as Advisors on the Design of a Large-Scale Calibration Study of the Spinal Cord Injury Movement Index (SCI-MI) Item Pools
stakeholder engagement, advisory board, clinical outcome assessment, spinal cord injury
- People living with spinal cord injury (SCI) in North America are involved in the following as stake holders in research: identifying priorities for research; planning interventions; and implementing rehabilitation or peer-support interventions.
- The best practice is for partnerships to span the continuum of research.
- Project purpose: to collaborate with an advisory board of individuals living with SCI, to make recommendations for the methods of a large-scale calibration study of the Spinal Cord Injury Movement Index )SCI-MI).
- The SCI-MI is being developed as a SCI clinical trial outcome assessment to evaluate the construct of movement in the context of function using item-response theory.
Biller, OTDc, Olivia M.; Biundo, BS, Jason; Mitchell, MBA, Edward S.-L.; Ofori, MB ChB, LMCC, Ernest; Richardson, Bonnie; Kim, OTD, OTRL/L, Rachel Y.; Gerhardt, MS, OTR/L, CBIS, Nicole; and Mulcahey, PhD, OTR/L, FASIA, M.J., "Engaging Stakeholders as Advisors on the Design of a Large-Scale Calibration Study of the Spinal Cord Injury Movement Index (SCI-MI) Item Pools" (2022). Department of Occupational Therapy Posters and Presentations. Paper 74.
Presented at the 61st International Spinal Cord Society Annual Scientific Meeting (ISCoS 2022).