A concept mapping approach to identifying the barriers to implementing an evidence-based sports injury prevention programme

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Donaldson, Alex, Callaghan, Aisling, Bizzini, Mario, Jowett, Andrew, Keyzer, Patrick and Nicholson, Matthew. (2019). A concept mapping approach to identifying the barriers to implementing an evidence-based sports injury prevention programme. Injury Prevention. 25(4), pp. 244-251. https://doi.org/10.1136/injuryprev-2017-042639
AuthorsDonaldson, Alex, Callaghan, Aisling, Bizzini, Mario, Jowett, Andrew, Keyzer, Patrick and Nicholson, Matthew
Abstract

Background and aim Understanding the barriers to programme use is important to facilitate implementation of injury prevention programmes in real-word settings. This study investigated the barriers to coaches of adolescent female soccer teams, in Victoria, Australia, implementing the evidence-based FIFA 11+ injury prevention programme.

Methods Concept mapping with data collected from 19 soccer coaches and administrators.

Results Brainstorming generated 65 statements as barriers to 11+ implementation. After the statements were synthesised and edited, participants sorted 59 statements into groups (mean, 6.2 groups; range, 3–10 groups). Multidimensional scaling and hierarchical cluster analysis identified a six-cluster solution: Lack of 11+ knowledge among coaches (15 statements), Lack of player enjoyment and engagement (14), Lack of link to football-related goals (11), Lack of facilities and resources (8), Lack of leadership (6) and Lack of time at training (5). Statements in the ‘Lack of 11+ knowledge among coaches’ cluster received the highest mean importance (3.67 out of 5) and feasibility for the Football Federation to address (3.20) rating. Statements in the ‘Lack of facilities and resources’ cluster received the lowest mean importance rating (2.23), while statements in the ‘Lack of time at training’ cluster received the lowest mean feasibility rating (2.19).

Conclusions A multistrategy, ecological approach to implementing the 11+—with specific attention paid to improving coach knowledge about the 11+ and how to implement it, linking the 11+ to the primary goal of soccer training, and organisational leadership—is required to improve the uptake of the 11+ among the targeted coaches.

Year2019
JournalInjury Prevention
Journal citation25 (4), pp. 244-251
PublisherNLM (Medline)
ISSN1475-5785
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1136/injuryprev-2017-042639
Scopus EID2-s2.0-85048132203
Research or scholarlyResearch
Page range244-251
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Online20 Jan 2018
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Accepted27 Dec 2017
Deposited27 Jul 2021
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