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Researcher perspectives on embedding community stakeholders in T1-T2 research: A potential new model for full-spectrum translational research.

  • Author(s): George, Sheba;
  • Vassar, Stefanie D;
  • Norris, Keith;
  • Coleman, Bernice;
  • Gonzalez, Cynthia;
  • Ishimori, Mariko;
  • Morris, D'Ann;
  • Mtume, Norma;
  • Shapiro, Martin F;
  • Lucas-Wright, Anna;
  • Brown, Arleen F
  • et al.

Effective community engagement in T3-T4 research is widespread, however, similar stakeholder involvement is missing in T1-T2 research. As part of an effort to embed community stakeholders in T1-T2 research, an academic community partnered team conducted discussion groups with researchers to assess perspectives on (1) barriers/challenges to including community stakeholders in basic science, (2) skills/training required for stakeholders and researchers, and (3) potential benefits of these activities. Engaging community in basic science research was perceived as challenging but with exciting potential to incorporate "real-life" community health priorities into basic research, resulting in a new full-spectrum translational research model.

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