Book16: Public Engagement in Translating Knowledge to Action
$19.99 Lippincott-Joanna Briggs Institute
October 2013 

Suzanne Robertson-Malt, Dagmara Riitano

This book examines the important role public engagement can play in evidence based healthcare and translation research. After reading this book the reader will be able to:

  • define public engagement as it pertains to translational science;
  • review existing models and highlight examples of good practice;
  • demonstrate the important role the public has in guiding the assessment, implementation and evaluation of research within the healthcare system;
  • promote a more proactive, developmental approach to engaging the public; and
  • choose a method of engagement best suited to their organization's needs.

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