Here is a pdf of the graphic with live links: LaunchPDF
All of these sites allow members to join to be part of the projects, and all projects are open to the public. Also, you can obtain OSF, GitHub and Mendeley accounts for free.
The Open Science Framework (OSF) will be host to two projects for further development:
Knowledge Based Practice for the continued theoretical and philosophical development
Causal Models in Physical Therapy for developing the teaching about causal models in physical therapy research, education and practice as a representation of knowledge for practice that bridges inductive research and its universals with practice (deductive and abductive) with its particulars.
GitHub will be host to a repository of directed acyclic graphs (DAGs) for physical therapy:
Mendeley will be host to a repository of citations (articles, books, resources) to support the scholarship being developed at the other sites :
Knowledge Based Practice
Causal Models in Physical Therapy
I look forward to welcoming any and all interested collaborators and/or contributors to the above projects. If you are looking for how you might be involved - see the post made on fall risk prediction as a possible example project; and a new collaboration with Ramez Antoun for translating the knowledge of functional movement systems into a system of DAGs – directed acyclic graphs as representations of graphical causal models, as a representation of the underlying knowledge of the FMS system that Cook et al have articulated so well - more about this here.
Also, please let me know if you have any interest in posting as a contributing author to the blog. I am particularly interested in people that have an inclination towards one of the KBP perspectives that are interested in writing about how the perspective is highlighted in existing practice, or how it would alter the interpretation of existing publications when considering them for practice.
Finally, if you have a topic you would like me to post about - please send it along.