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Facilitators to support the implementation of injury prevention training in youth handball: A concept mapping approach.

There is a need for research to identify effective implementation strategies for injury prevention training within real-world community sports. The aim of this ecological participatory study was to identify facilitators, among stakeholders at multiple levels, that could help injury prevention training become part of regular training routines in youth team handball. Concept mapping, a mixed-method approach for qualitative data collection and quantitative data analysis, was used. Stakeholders (n=196) of two c...


Application of a Preventive Training Program Implementation Framework to Youth Soccer and Basketball Organizations.

Preventive training programs (PTPs) can reduce injury rates and improve neuromuscular control and sport performance. However, PTPs must be implemented correctly and consistently over time for athletes to benefit. Coaches represent the best long-term option for implementing PTPs. Youth athletes are at the optimal age for developing good habits before maturation. Although frameworks have been proposed to guide implementation efforts, little is known regarding the feasibility and real-world context of PTP impl...

Building a Sustainable National Infrastructure to Expand Research Mentor Training.

An evidence-based research mentor training (RMT) curricular series has been shown to improve the knowledge and skills of research mentors across disciplines and career stages. A train-the-trainer model was used in the context of several targeted approaches aimed at sustainability to support national dissemination of RMT and expand the network of facilitators prepared to implement the curricula. These infrastructure elements included 1) an expansion initiative to increase the number of trained facilitators a...


Facilitators and Barriers to Implementation of a Peer Support Intervention for Patients with Chronic Pain: A Qualitative Study.

Pain self-management information and support, delivered by peers, are a potentially useful approach to help patients who are struggling to manage their chronic pain. Before implementation into clinical settings, it is important to understand factors that may influence the success of implementation. The purpose of this study was to explore facilitators and barriers to implementation of peer support for chronic pain.

A video-based analysis to classify shoulder injuries during the Handball World Championships 2015.

Injuries play a major role in high-performance sports and occur in training and competition. Handball is a team sport with high physical demands, and the measurement of specific loads has the potential to identify risk factors for injuries. Few studies have identified this in handball during a World Cup. This study aims to record shoulder injuries that occurred during the 88 games of the 2015 Men's World Cup and to discuss position-specific differences. Players from 24 national teams were analysed using a...

Functional Knee Stability in Handball: An Indispensable Criterion For Safe Sport.

Various studies in recent years have shown that, within ball sports, handball players have a high risk of accidents and injuries. The knee joint is the most frequently injured body region, and ruptures of the anterior cruciate ligament the most common injury to the knee. To prevent consequential damage or recurrent knee injury, good functional stability of the knee is of high importance. Stability not only prevents injuries, but is also crucial for optimising handball-specific movements. Although there are ...

Enhancing the Relevance and Effectiveness of a Youth Gambling Prevention Program for Urban, Minority Youth: A Pilot Study of Maryland Smart Choices.

Youth with problem gambling behaviors are susceptible to serious academic, behavioral, and mental health consequences including school failure, criminal involvement, and depression. Coupled with increased exposure to gambling formats, issues related to youth gambling have been deemed a serious public health issue requiring increased prevention efforts. However, the literature is limited in terms of evidence-based gambling prevention programs warranting the development of The Maryland Smart Choices Program (...

Implementation of pressure injury prevention best practices across six Canadian rehabilitation sites: results from the Spinal Cord Injury Knowledge Mobilization Network.

To utilize the theoretical frameworks of implementation science to implement pressure injury (PI) prevention best practices in spinal cord injury (SCI) rehabilitation.

Facilitators and barriers to the implementation of motivational interviewing for bullying perpetration in school settings.

Bullying is a perplexing and persistent problem with negative consequences for all involved. Schools are assigned considerable responsibility for the management of bullying because of its prevalence amongst youth. Despite considerable efforts over decades to curtail bullying through the use of anti-bullying policies and other school-based interventions, the rates of young people who frequently bully has not decreased significantly. Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a relational and affirming conversational ...

Risk screening in handball: Which functional tests are useful?

 Applying functional tests in sports is one way to optimise injury prevention. Based on the results, corrective exercises may be recommended to address deficits. The aim of this study was to compare the results of selected functional tests with the occurrence of injuries in young handball players.

Efficacy of Injury Prevention Training Is Greater for High-Risk vs Low-Risk Elite Female Youth Soccer Players.

The efficacy of robustness training for high- versus low-risk individuals within high-risk groups is currently unknown.

National injury prevention measures in team sports should focus on knee, head, and severe upper limb injuries.

To examine acute injuries in licensed floorball, football, handball, and ice hockey players in all ages nationwide in Sweden, and to identify the most common and severe injuries in each body location and recommend injury prevention measures.

Church leaders' barriers and facilitators before and after implementing a physical activity and nutrition intervention.

Faith-based health promotion programs have been effective in increasing healthy eating (HE) and physical activity (PA). Very few reports exist regarding church leaders' anticipated and experienced barriers and facilitators to program implementation. Pastors (n = 38, 70%) and program coordinators (n = 54, 100%) from churches (N = 54) who attended a program training answered open-ended questions about anticipated barriers and facilitators to implementing the HE and PA parts of the Faith, Activity, and Nutriti...

Reconciling Adaptation and Fidelity: Implications for Scaling Up High Quality Youth Programs.

In the field of prevention science, some consider fidelity to manualized protocols to be a hallmark of successful implementation. A growing number of scholars agree that high-quality implementation should also include some adaptations to local context, particularly as prevention programs are scaled up, in order to strengthen their relevance and increase participant engagement. From this perspective, fidelity and adaptation can both be seen as necessary, albeit mutually exclusive, dimensions of implementatio...

Firearms training and storage practices among US gun owners: a nationally representative study.

To describe firearm storage practices among US adults and examine the relationship between having received formal firearms training and firearm storage.

A protocol for designing online training to support the implementation of community-based interventions.

Training program implementers through online methods represents a way of facilitating the widespread implementation of community-based interventions that is more financially and logistically feasible than traditional in-person training methods. However, there are few evidence-informed protocols or models that can guide the development of online training content in a way that is consistent with instructional best practices. This paper presents an evidence-informed protocol for developing a training website, ...

The use of Electronic Health Records to Support Population Health: A Systematic Review of the Literature.

Electronic health records (EHRs) have emerged among health information technology as "meaningful use" to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare, and health disparities in population health. In other instances, they have also shown lack of interoperability, functionality and many medical errors. With proper implementation and training, are electronic health records a viable source in managing population health? The primary objective of this systematic review is to assess the relationship of electro...

Pressure injury prevention and management practices among nurses: A realist case study.

The prevention and management of a pressure injury is a nurse-sensitive quality indicator in hospitals. Prevention and management of pressure injury practices have been found to be suboptimal despite the availability of interventions. Currently, there is a poor understanding of the mechanisms behind these interventions. The aim of the study was to explain a realistic portrayal of nurses' current practices to prevent and manage pressure injuries in one public hospital in Singapore. A realistic case study des...

Benefits and challenges of serial sports training risk assessment and counselling in kids: the T.R.A.C.K. randomised intervention study.

Published training recommendations exist for youth athletes aimed at reducing injury risk. No studies have assessed the impact of counselling interventions using training recommendations on risk of injury in young athletes.

The Effects of Endurance Sports on Children and Youth.

In the United States, youth participation in sports continues to increase yearly. This increase in participation, in conjunction with the trend toward early sports specialization and year round training, has led to a similar increase in athletically developed injuries. These injuries vary in nature and acuity, with the type of injury often related to the athlete's age, sport, and level of training. Endurance athletes are at an elevated risk of injury as they frequently push their body to the limit during th...

The relative age effect in selection to international team matches in Norwegian handball.

Many elite sport organisations have introduced structured talent identification and development (TID) initiatives in youth sports to better facilitate elite sport performance. However, selection mechanisms for TID programmes (e.g., junior international team) are biased towards relatively older athletes and limited studies exist with Scandinavian contexts. Therefore, the aim of this study was to explore the relative age effect (RAE) in youth, junior and senior male and female international team selections am...

Training and match volume and injury in adolescents playing multiple contact team sports: a prospective cohort study.

Training and competition loads have emerged as valuable injury risk factors but very few studies have explored injury outcomes in adolescent athletes. The aims of this study were to describe injuries and to explore the relationship between training and match load volumes and injury in adolescent athletes participating in multiple contact team sports. One hundred and three male youth rugby athletes aged 14 to 16 years from 8 rugby union teams were prospectively monitored during a season for weekly training a...

Barriers and Facilitators to Recurrent Preterm Birth Prevention among Low-Income Women: A Qualitative Study.

 To examine patient perspectives on the experience of preterm birth (PTB) and recommended PTB prevention strategies, focusing on barriers to and facilitators of PTB prevention among low-income women.

Sex and Maturation Differences in Performance of Functional Jumping and Landing Deficits in Youth Athletes.

Understanding how neuromuscular and biomechanical deficits that are associated with knee injuries change as youth mature may improve injury prevention strategies in this population.

THE INITIAL ASSESSMENT OF A COMMUNITY-BASED INTERVENTION WITH MEXICAN-HERITAGE PARENTS IN BOOSTING THE EFFECTS OF A SUBSTANCE USE PREVENTION INTERVENTION WITH YOUTH.

Drawing from an ecodevelopmental framework, this article examines if adding a parenting component, Families Preparing the New Generation (Familias Preparando la Nueva Generación), to an efficacious classroom-based drug abuse prevention intervention, keepin'it REAL, will boost the effects of the youth intervention in preventing substance use for middle school Mexican-heritage students. Youth attending schools in a large urban area in the Southwestern U.S. (N = 462) were randomly assigned to 1 of 3 conditi...


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