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Type Journal Article - Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development
Title Effect of community level communication on community participation in public health research
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Volume 8
Issue 4
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2017
Page numbers 829-834
URL 10.5958/0976-5506.2017.00437.5
Abstract
The term research in itself is a word that indicates continuous search for the betterment of humanity. Over a period of time research has evolved and has been providing answers to new questions. From a scientific standpoint, research is benefitting the academic community but translating this research into policy and practice is still a challenge faced in the domain of translational research. This gap is due to disconnect between the investigators, funders and decision makers as each has a different priority and perspective. For population health, it is the nonscientists usually outside the health professions who act as change agents to improving health behaviors, social and environmental conditions in the community. To bring about change in the society who are unaware about science, persuading such an audience is a task in itself. For promotion of population health, four elements play an important role. These elements are user needs based research, in depth knowledge on decision making environment, engagement of stakeholders and lastly strategic communication.
Rutuja Patil, Diana Kekan , and Sanjay Juvekar. "Effect of community level communication on community participation in public health research." Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development 8, no. 4 (2017): 829-834.
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