News on the Center for Translation Research and Implementation Science

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Research Feature
NHLBI K-12 grants will advance implementation science Every year, the outcomes of many millions of dollars in medical and health care research are, if not lost in translation, at least significantly delayed in getting into your doctor’s office. Some experts propose that discoveries can take as long as 17 years, on average, to enter routine clinical...
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Media Advisory
Program aims to identify barriers and close gaps that limit patient access to consistent, quality care WHAT: The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) recently awarded nearly $36 million in grants to help improve the quality of health care for U.S. teens and adults with sickle cell disease. The grants are the first of their kind...
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Research Feature
[embed type:node embed_type:image id:3070 align:right]Scientific discoveries are essential for improving patient care. Yet, according to a paper in the Journal of the American Medical Association, it takes an average of 17 years for only 14 percent of new scientific discoveries to enter day-to-day clinical practice. In addition, Americans receive...