Crossing the Research to Quality Chasm: A Checklist for Researchers and Clinical Leadership Partners

Schmittdiel, Julie A.; Grant, Richard W.
January 2018
JGIM: Journal of General Internal Medicine;Jan2018, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p9
Academic Journal
The article presents a proposal aimed at strengthening the collaboration between researchers and clinical leaders in the area of medical research and health care operation in the U.S. Several factors are cited including the use of appropriate data, its analysis and dissemination, outcome of the collaboration, and participation of researchers in the operation. The importance of a strong mentoring in delivery science methods and participation of stakeholders is emphasized.


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