ISWP Evidence-based Practice Working Group is currently inactive. Groups are formed based on the needs of the sector and may continue or become inactive when the initiatives are completed.
The Evidence-Based Practice Working Group is identifying and assessing opportunities to improve the adoption of best practices in the field of wheelchair service provision through coordination with stakeholders on a global scale. The Working Group integrates expert opinion with scientific evidence to ensure best clinical practice for wheelchair service provision is implemented globally. Two subcommittees support the Working Group: Comparative Effectiveness Research and Data Collection.
If you want to learn more or interested to participate in this group then please contact Krithika Kandavel at [email protected]
|Kavi Bhalla||Johns Hopkins University|
|Johan Borg||Lund University|
|Nathan Bray||Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation|
|Mark Harniss||University of Washington|
|Deepan Kamaraj||University of Pittsburgh|
|Padmaja Kankipati — Chair||SMOI|
|Karen Rispin||Ideas Worldwide|
|Molly Schengel||Free Wheelchair Mission|
|Novia Afdhila||UCP Wheels|
|Chandra Whetstine||World Vision|
|Eric Wunderlich||Latter-day Saint Charities|