The science of team science (SciTS) is a rapidly emerging field focused on understanding and enhancing the processes and outcomes of team science. A key goal of SciTS is to learn more about factors that maximize the efficiency, productivity, and effectiveness of team science initiatives.
A diverse group of scholars contributes to SciTS. They bring conceptual, historical, and methodological approaches from a wide variety of disciplines and fields, including public health, management, communications, and psychology. They have created measures to assess team science processes and outcomes, and to influence contextual and environmental conditions. Applying these measures can help researchers evaluate team science, improve the quality of ongoing initiatives, and develop best practices.
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