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Implementation Science

, 6:35

First Online: 04 April 2011Received: 30 May 2008Accepted: 04 April 2011DOI: 10.1186-1748-5908-6-35

Cite this article as: Beckett, M., Quiter, E., Ryan, G. et al. Implementation Sci 2011 6: 35. doi:10.1186-1748-5908-6-35

Abstract

BackgroundNew National Institutes of Health policies call for expansion of practice-based research to improve the clinical research enterprise and facilitate dissemination of evidence-based medicine.

ObjectiveThis paper describes organizational strategies that influence clinicians- decisions to participate in clinical research.

DesignWe reviewed the literature and interviewed over 200 clinicians and stakeholders.

ResultsThe most common barriers to community clinician participation in clinical research relate to beliefs that clinical research is too burdensome and has little benefit for the participating clinician or patient. We identified a number of approaches healthcare organizations can use to encourage clinicians to participate in research, including an outreach campaign to promote the benefits of clinical research; selection of study topics of interest to clinicians; establishment and enforcement of a set of research principles valuing the clinician and patient; development of a transparent schedule of reimbursement for research tasks; provision of technological and technical assistance to practices as needed; and promotion of a sense of community among clinicians involved in practice-based research.

ConclusionsMany types of existing healthcare organizations could provide the technical and intellectual assistance community clinicians need to participate in clinical research. Multiple approaches are possible.

Electronic supplementary materialThe online version of this article doi:10.1186-1748-5908-6-35 contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.

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Autor: Megan Beckett - Elaine Quiter - Gery Ryan - Claude Berrebi - Stephanie Taylor - Michelle Cho - Harold Pincus - Katherine K

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