International Collaboration in Translational Health Science / Zoe Jordan, Alan Pearson.Material type: TextSeries: [Lippincott-Joanna Briggs Institute Series on Synthesis Science in Healthcare]Publisher: Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania] : Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Description: 1 online resource (63 pages)ISBN:
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Health care, health research and improved health outcomes is of international interest and efforts to achieve better health for the global community has been high on the agenda for some years. Calls to improve strategies for international linkages, particularly between developed and developing or low-income economies, are not new, but there is currently no model for how to effectively achieve this. International collaboration presents attractive opportunities for collegial interaction that have potential benefits for individuals and the broader community with regard to resolving global health issues. This book examines the issues related to international collaboration and translational science.
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