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Proposal for a telehealth concept in the translational research model.

Silva AB, Morel CM, Moraes IH - Rev Saude Publica (2014)

Bottom Line: The models were applied to telehealth activities concerning the Network of Human Milk Banks, in the Telemedicine University Network.The translational research cycle of human milk collected, stored and distributed presents several integrated telehealth initiatives, such as video conferencing, and software and portals for synthesizing knowledge, composing elements of an information ecosystem, mediated by information and communication technologies in the health system.Telehealth should be composed of a set of activities in a computer mediated network promoting the translation of knowledge between research and health services.

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Affiliation: Laboratório de Telessaúde, Instituto Nacional de Saúde da Mulher, da Criança e do Adolescente Fernandes Figueira, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil.

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Objective: To review the conceptual relationship between telehealth and translational research.

Methods: Bibliographical search on telehealth was conducted in the Scopus, Cochrane BVS, LILACS and MEDLINE databases to find experiences of telehealth in conjunction with discussion of translational research in health. The search retrieved eight studies based on analysis of models of the five stages of translational research and the multiple strands of public health policy in the context of telehealth in Brazil. The models were applied to telehealth activities concerning the Network of Human Milk Banks, in the Telemedicine University Network.

Results: The translational research cycle of human milk collected, stored and distributed presents several integrated telehealth initiatives, such as video conferencing, and software and portals for synthesizing knowledge, composing elements of an information ecosystem, mediated by information and communication technologies in the health system.

Conclusions: Telehealth should be composed of a set of activities in a computer mediated network promoting the translation of knowledge between research and health services.

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Model of the five stages of translational research.
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f01: Model of the five stages of translational research.

Mentions: Central to the model is synthesis of knowledge, understood as a systematic andindispensable approach at all stages of translational research (Figure 1) to review evidence concerning peer knowledge ofspecific topics.26


Proposal for a telehealth concept in the translational research model.

Silva AB, Morel CM, Moraes IH - Rev Saude Publica (2014)

Model of the five stages of translational research.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f01: Model of the five stages of translational research.
Mentions: Central to the model is synthesis of knowledge, understood as a systematic andindispensable approach at all stages of translational research (Figure 1) to review evidence concerning peer knowledge ofspecific topics.26

Bottom Line: The models were applied to telehealth activities concerning the Network of Human Milk Banks, in the Telemedicine University Network.The translational research cycle of human milk collected, stored and distributed presents several integrated telehealth initiatives, such as video conferencing, and software and portals for synthesizing knowledge, composing elements of an information ecosystem, mediated by information and communication technologies in the health system.Telehealth should be composed of a set of activities in a computer mediated network promoting the translation of knowledge between research and health services.

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Affiliation: Laboratório de Telessaúde, Instituto Nacional de Saúde da Mulher, da Criança e do Adolescente Fernandes Figueira, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brasil.

ABSTRACT

Objective: To review the conceptual relationship between telehealth and translational research.

Methods: Bibliographical search on telehealth was conducted in the Scopus, Cochrane BVS, LILACS and MEDLINE databases to find experiences of telehealth in conjunction with discussion of translational research in health. The search retrieved eight studies based on analysis of models of the five stages of translational research and the multiple strands of public health policy in the context of telehealth in Brazil. The models were applied to telehealth activities concerning the Network of Human Milk Banks, in the Telemedicine University Network.

Results: The translational research cycle of human milk collected, stored and distributed presents several integrated telehealth initiatives, such as video conferencing, and software and portals for synthesizing knowledge, composing elements of an information ecosystem, mediated by information and communication technologies in the health system.

Conclusions: Telehealth should be composed of a set of activities in a computer mediated network promoting the translation of knowledge between research and health services.

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