Translational research: from benchside to bedside.

Abstract

Translation of the achievements of basic science into everyday clinical practice remains a major issue in contemporary medicine, and is addressed through a new discipline, translational research, which aims to bridge the gap between basic and clinical research. Translational research encompasses laboratory studies, clinical demands, public health and health management, policies and economics; it is crucial in the evolution of contemporary biomedical science; and its interventions follow the political-economic, ethical-social and educational-scientific approaches. Translational research can progress through reorganisation of academic teams in a translational way. New academic posts translationally orientated are urgently needed, particularly in the field of trauma medicine, where lack of awareness of this new evolution is evident.

DOI: 10.1016/j.injury.2008.01.051

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@article{Keramaris2008TranslationalRF, title={Translational research: from benchside to bedside.}, author={Nikolaos Keramaris and Nikolaos K. Kanakaris and Christopher C Tzioupis and George M. Kontakis and Peter Vasilios Giannoudis}, journal={Injury}, year={2008}, volume={39 6}, pages={643-50} }