Research capacity building in traditional, complementary and integrative medicine: grass-roots action towards a broader vision

Adams, Jon, Sibbritt, David, Broom, Alex, Wardle, Jon, Steel, Amie, Murthy, Vijay and Daley, Jane (2012). Research capacity building in traditional, complementary and integrative medicine: grass-roots action towards a broader vision. In Jon Adams, Gavin Andrews, Joanne Barnes, Alex Broom and Parker Magin (Ed.), Traditional, complementary and integrative medicine: an international reader (pp. 275-281) London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Author Adams, Jon
Sibbritt, David
Broom, Alex
Wardle, Jon
Steel, Amie
Murthy, Vijay
Daley, Jane
Title of chapter Research capacity building in traditional, complementary and integrative medicine: grass-roots action towards a broader vision
Title of book Traditional, complementary and integrative medicine: an international reader
Place of Publication London, United Kingdom
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
ISBN 9780230232655
0230232655
Editor Jon Adams
Gavin Andrews
Joanne Barnes
Alex Broom
Parker Magin
Chapter number 31
Start page 275
End page 281
Total pages 7
Total chapters 41
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Developing capacity to undertake health research effectively is an integral component of national and global health research systems (Lansang and Dennis, 2004) and is essential to producing a sound evidence base for decision making in policy and practice (Cooke, 2005). Moreover, research capacity building (RCB) - nurturing and producing sustainable increased capacity for future research endeavours - is important for all health research fields and TCIM is no exception (Andrews, 2006; Adams, 2007). There is currently a great opportunity to embrace RCB in relation to TCIM in order to help develop an evidence base and a stronger and more robust research culture among scholars and practitioners alike.
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