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Bridging the gap of translation research in public health - from research to real world


MOJ Public Health
Naiya Patel, Department of Public Health, Long Island University, USA

Abstract

Objective: The reason behind heightened demand for translational research is a failure to achieve expected. Advances in the medical field have failed to bridge the gap between research results and real-world outcomes. The lack of effective research which can bridge the gap between community setting outcomes and results gained from small settings leads to the failure of interventions. 
Study design: The current study is a systematic review.
Methods: Several peer reviewed articles published in the Web of Sciences Core Collection and Google Scholar database were chosen. The search words used were: “translational research”, “real world”, “public health”, and “gap”. 
Results: This paper describes some effective approaches which have proven to be capable of bridging the gap between research and real-world effectiveness. These approaches include evaluation frameworks, evidence-based medicine, as well as prevention trial design. 
Conclusion: Translational research plays a crucial role in achieving expected outcomes of any given intervention. These outcomes can only be achieved if a unified model or hybrid approach is used to address any given intervention of the program/campaign. A hybrid model which can address the gaps at each level in this transition could prove to be the most promising strategy. 
 

Keywords

translational research, bridging the gap, public health, research, real world

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