Research and clinical practice: How to better answer the needs of patient care
This article analyzes the translation of research to clinical practice. Clinical practice is focused on a concrete context in which patients are encountered. This follows from the population under care in terms of their health status, socioeconomic circumstances, cultural and religious features, and social determinants of health but also from the actual function in which the encounter between patient and professional takes place. An understanding of this contextual complexity is as important in...[Show more]
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