Stakeholder engagement : the role of tacit knowledge and value statements in translation science / Zoe Jordan, Alexa McArthur, Mark McMillan.

By: Jordan, ZoeContributor(s): McArthur, Alexa | McMillan, MarkMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2014Description: 1 online resource (52 pages)ISBN: 9781496308450 Subject(s): Evidence-based medicine | Knowledge, Theory of | Knowledge management | Medicine -- ResearchDDC classification: 610 Online resources: Click here to access this book using your OpenAthens username & password (HSE East only). Other regions please contact your local library. Summary: The extraordinary pace of health innovation and research over the past decades has created unprecedented opportunities to improve health care services and health outcomes for the community. Translational research is only successful when key stakeholders play a critical role in identifying gaps in knowledge, give suggestions for additional research, and facilitate the implementation of research into practice. This book provides the framework needed to engage stakeholders in the translational research process in order to successfully knowledge into practice and policy.
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The extraordinary pace of health innovation and research over the past decades has created unprecedented opportunities to improve health care services and health outcomes for the community. Translational research is only successful when key stakeholders play a critical role in identifying gaps in knowledge, give suggestions for additional research, and facilitate the implementation of research into practice. This book provides the framework needed to engage stakeholders in the translational research process in order to successfully knowledge into practice and policy.

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