From controlled trial to community adoption: The multisite translational community trial
A standardized research methodology for translating findings from controlled trials into community application is needed. This paper introduces the multisite translational community trial (mTCT) as the research analog to the multisite randomized controlled trial. The mTCT is adapted to incorporate principles and practices of community-based participatory research to increase relevance and generalizability gained from research in diverse community settings. The mTCT is a tool designed to bridge the gap between what a clinical trial demonstrates can work in principle and what is needed to make it workable and effective in the real-world. Its utility could be put to the test, in particular with practice-based research networks such as Prevention Research Centers.
Katz, D L., Murimi, M., Gonzalez, A., Njike, V., & Green, L.W. (2011). From controlled trial to community adoption: The multisite translational community trial. American Journal of Public Health. 101(8), e17-e27. Full Text.
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