Participatory strategies for translational research

September 2010
Clinical Trials Administrator;Sep2010, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p106
The article focuses on a study about the application of the principles of community-based participatory research to studies on health care clinicians and leaders. It highlights the use of the approach in conjunction with the Preventing Heart Attacks and Strokes Everyday (PHASE) research. Dr. Julie A. Schmittdiel related that the researchers worked with operating leaders in all the processes, including planning on the funding and the study's execution, and formed an advisory board of people for population care outreach at a facility.


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