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Table 3 Excluded papers and reasons for exclusion

From: Frameworks for embedding a research culture in allied health practice: a rapid review

Author,Year Title Reason excluded
Borkowski, 2016 [17] Research culture in allied health: A systematic review. Aust J Primary Health. 22(4):294–303. Not a framework; enablers and barriers
Byrne, 2014 [39] Developing a national mentorship scheme to enhance the contribution of clinical academics to health care. Nurs Res. 22(2): 23–28. Not a framework; enablers and barriers
Cooke, 2008 [40] An evaluation of the ‘Designated Research Team’ approach to building research capacity in primary care. BMC Fam Pract. 9: 37. Evaluation of framework implementation
Du Plessis, 2007 [64] Opinions on a strategy to promote nurses’ health research contribution in South Africa. Health SA Gesondheid. 12(4):25–35. Not a framework; Delphi study
Elphinstone, 2015 [65] Untapped potential: Psychologists leading research in clinical practice. Aust Psych. 50(2): 115–121. Not a framework; research capacity measurement
Friesen, 2017 [66] Research culture and capacity in community health services: Results of a structured survey of staff. Aust J Prim Health. 23(2): 123–131. Survey to inform enablers and barriers
Frontera, 2006 [67] Rehabilitation Medicine Summit: Building Research Capacity: executive summary. Am J Occup Ther. 60(2):165–176. Enablers and barriers
Gerrish, 2017 [33] Implementing clinical academic careers in nursing: an exemplar of a large healthcare organisation in the United Kingdom. J Res Nurs. 22(3):214–225. Framework for career development and not research capacity
Grange, 2005 [37] Building research capacity. Nurs Manag (Harrow).12(7):32–37. Not a framework; enablers and barriers
Holden, 2012 [27] Evaluating a team-based approach to research capacity building using a matched-pairs study design. BMC Fam Pract.13:16. Not a framework; an intervention study
Janssen, 2013 [68] Building the research capacity of clinical physical therapists using a participatory action research approach. Phys Ther. 93(7): 923–34. Not a framework; qualitative study of Physical Therapists
Joss, 2005 [69] Workforce development to embed mental health promotion research and evaluation into organisational practice. Health Prom J Aust. 18(3): 255–259. Not a framework
Judd, 2013 [70] Building health promotion capacity in a primary health care workforce in the Northern Territory: some lessons from practice. Health Prom J Aust. 24(3):163–169. Not a framework; practitioner survey
Misso, 2016 [20] Development, implementation and evaluation of a clinical research engagement and leadership capacity building program in a large Australian health care service. BMC Med Educ. 16: 13. Not a framework; Protocol for an intervention study
Moore, 2015 [71] Council for allied health professions research: Collaborative initiative to develop and promote research capacity and influence. Physiother. 101, eS1027-eS1028. Conference abstract; no data
Pickstone, 2008 [29] Building research capacity in the allied health professions. Evidence Policy. 4(1): 53–68. Not a framework
Probst, 2015 [36] Research from therapeutic radiographers: An audit of research capacity within the UK. Radiography. 21(2):112–118. Not a framework; survey and audit
Segrott, 2006 [32] Challenges and strategies in developing nursing research capacity: a review of the literature. Internat J Nurs Stud. 43(5): 637–651. Not a framework; enablers and barriers
Skinner, 2015 [35] Embedding research culture and productivity in hospital physiotherapy departments: Challenges and opportunities. Aust Health Rev. 39(3):312–314. Framework for translation; not research capacity-building
Varshney, 2016 [38] Understanding collaboration in a multi-national research capacity-building partnership: a qualitative study. Health Res Pol Syst.14: 1–10. Qualitative study; enablers and barriers
Wenke, 2016 [12] The role and impact of research positions within health care settings in allied health: a systematic review. BMC Health Serv Res. 16: 355. Not a framework
Wenke, 2017 [14] Allied health research positions: a qualitative evaluation of their impact. Health Res Pol Syst. 15(1):6. Not a framework
Williams, 2015 [72] Research capacity and culture of the Victorian public health allied health workforce is influenced by key research support staff and location. Aust Health Rev. 39(3):303–311. Not a framework; investigation of enablers and barriers