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A critical interpretive science of research translation and
Transcript of A critical interpretive science of research translation and
science through Worlds
Interviewing TB patients in Vietnam
Making science understandable
Educational children's book about tuberculosis
7 items across four domains including
5 items on “communication with doctor”, 4 items on “seeking support”,
7 items of “disclosure of diagnosis”, and 11 items on “medication adherence”
A critical interpretive science of research translation and translational research
Phuong và An bi benh [Vietnamese]
Francis e Renê estão doentes [Portuguese]
May Sakit Si Len at Si Alex [Tagalog]
Dominique et Claude vont chez le médecin [French]
Alex si Gabi merg la doctor [Romanian]
Kai und Mika gehen zum Arzt [German]
Tumaini na Huruma wanakwenda kwa daktari [Swahili]
Dwi dan Tri pergi ke dokter [Bahasa Indonesia] forthcoming
Biobanks go global
Observing ethical principles locally is an important part of establishing and maintaining trust between a biobank and the general public.
Sharing benefits equitably among the interest groups promotes public trust. Maintaining public trust in biomedical research and avoiding the abuse and exploitation of tissue and data is in the interests of global biobanks.
The potential benefits of biobanks will be undermined if ethical considerations are not at the forefront of going global.
could scan lung tissue
invented by Philips in 1929
used for mobile TB screening
1932 - community wide screening
over 7 years, TB rates reduced by 71%
first used in Eindhoven
later in all Holland