bi-directionality; community outreach; interdisciplinary training; multi-disciplinary; patient care; translational research
The translational research paradigm is a process of discovering basic science concepts and applying the knowledge in clinical practice, aiming to improve patient care. The stages involved in the paradigm form a complex network of shared knowledge amongst research collaborators, including patients. This nature of the paradigm allows those involved to work together effectively. However, the translational research paradigm is often overlooked by many scientists, educators, and research institutions. Hence, a large amount of comprehensive and hugely invested research projects fail to make a scientific impact. We aim to outline and describe this paradigm in order to aid in the successful translation of effective research.
Neurosciences (Brain & Spine)
Choi, Paul J; Tubbs, R Shane; and Oskouian, Rod J, "The Current Trend of the Translational Research Paradigm." (2018). Journal Articles and Abstracts. 369.