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New research knowledge acquired from Web-based sources may have a better chance of being translated into practice when accompanied by additional educational strategies. This study was undertaken to investigate that hypothesis.The Rehabilitation Education Program for Stroke (REPS) combines a self-directed online learning module with support from peer mentors, technical skills workshops, and organizational supports. Participants completed learning tests and practice surveys before and after the program and at a 6-month follow-up.Learning and self-reported practice outcomes improved in the areas of assessment, client-centered practice, support for family and caregivers, and detecting depression. Participants also identified and reported specific strategies for individual and programmatic practice change.A multifaceted, interdisciplinary online education intervention can positively influence stroke rehabilitation practices.