Emerging literature indicates that new models of health education are needed as research is becoming increasingly translational and as health care models are being applied to both medical and community settings.The Community Engagement and translational Research Speaker Series is an innovative model for community health education that engages academicand community participants in shared learning.
One of the goals of academic-community bi-directional training is to ensure that community members have input in developing the content and other aspects of health education to ensure relevance and inclusiveness.An innovative model of academic-community health education that was developed as part of our Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Trainingâs (CCTST) Community Engagement Core. Many medical schools or universities may offer workshops or courses on community and translational research (Lori E Crosby, Teresa Smith, William D Parr and Monica J Mitchell, The Community Engagement and Translational Research Speaker Series: An Innovative Model of Health Education)
Science literatures have evolved from time to time in terms of specialization and target audience. Reports of new research findings are important to fuel novel assumptions and discoveries that can only be in existence through the publication of scientific Science journals.Science Journals are multidimensional Open Access gateways for the exploration of scientific discoveries and new research in the medical and other sciences. These journals are periodical publications intended to communicate with the scientific community to further the progress of mankind.In an attempt to maintain quality and ensure validity of the research being published, Science Journals subject the articles through a rigorous peer-review process, honoring copyrights. Science Journals may include various types of articles such as, letters, short communications, review articles, research articles, case reports, editorials, and other supplementary articles.
Last date updated on July, 2014