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Construction and communication of evidence-based video narratives in elite sport: Knowledge translation of sports injury experiences

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posted on 08.11.2022, 10:22 authored by Ciara Everard, Ross Wadey, Karen HowellsKaren Howells, Melissa Day

 A knowledge-transfer ‘gap’ exists within the sport injury psychology literature. This gap has led to recent calls to translate the evidence base in more accessible, relevant, and multi-sensory formats to facilitate research uptake and impact. Heeding this recommendation and informed by narrative inquiry, the purpose of this multi-study paper was twofold: Study 1 aimed to construct videos that translated evidenced-based narratives of sports injury experiences by working collaboratively with a digital learning practitioner, videographer, and user-group (i.e., elite athletes). Study 2 explored end-users’ perspectives of these video narratives in communicating sports injury research by conducting 11 focus group interviews with 69 participants (i.e., athletes, coaches, and practitioners). A reflexive thematic analysis identified that the video narratives communicated sport injury psychology research in accessible, evocative, and relevant ways. Considerations of how to implement these video narratives into professional practice are critically discussed. 

History

Published in

Journal of Applied Sport Psychology

Publisher

Taylor & Francis

Version

AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Citation

Everard, C., Wadey, R., Howells, K. and Day, M. (2022) 'Construction and communication of evidence-based video narratives in elite sport: Knowledge translation of sports injury experiences', Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, pp.1-24. DOI: 10.1080/10413200.2022.2140225

Print ISSN

1041-3200

Electronic ISSN

1533-1571

Cardiff Met Affiliation

  • Cardiff School of Sport and Health Sciences

Cardiff Met Authors

Karen Howells

Cardiff Met Research Centre/Group

  • High Performance

Copyright Holder

© The Publisher

Language

en