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Stokols, D, et al. Evaluating cross-disciplinary team science initiatives: Conceptual, methodological, and translational perspectives
Abstract not available.
Chapter 2010 10/6/2014 External link to resource
Author(s) unknown The Science of Team Science - Assessing the Value of Transdisciplinary Research
The American Journal of Preventive Medicine (AJPM) Supplement on the "Science of Team Science," published August 2008 (Volume 35, issue 2), is devoted to assessing the value of interdisciplinary resea…
Journal 2008 9/2/2014 View Editors Picks External link to resource
Misra, Shalini, et al. Evaluating an interdisciplinary undergraduate training program in health promotion research
BACKGROUND: The University of California at Irvine Interdisciplinary Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (ID-SURE) program had three objectives: (1) designing an interdisciplinary health promoti…
Article 2009 8/26/2014 External link to resource View this resource on Pubmed View this resource on D O I
Vogel, Amanda, et al. The Team Science Toolkit: Enhancing Research Collaboration Through Online Knowledge Sharing
This is a commentary about the Team Science Toolkit. It provides a description of the Toolkit, and comments on the implications of the Toolkit's ability to consolidate resources and knowledge relevant…
Article 2013 11/13/2013 External link to resource Download this resource from the Toolkit View this resource on D O I
Stokols, D. Training the next generation of transdisciplinarians
Team members’ capacity for cross-disciplinary communication and collaboration can be enhanced through a variety of training strategies, ranging from short-term, project-specific approaches (e.g., team…
Chapter 2014 6/12/2013 External link to resource
Stokols, Daniel, et al. Transdisciplinary Public Health: Definitions, Core Characteristics, and Strategies for Success
This is the first chapter of a textbook on transdisciplinary public health. The textbook offers an understanding of interactions among the biological, behavioral, social, and public health sciences; …
Chapter 2013 12/6/2012 View Editors Picks External link to resource
Hall, Kara, et al. A Four-Phase Model of Transdisciplinary Research: Goals, Team Processes, and Strategies
The complexity of social and public health challenges has led to burgeoning interest and investments in cross-disciplinary team-based research, and particularly in transdisciplinary (TD) team-based re…
Article 2012 11/30/2012 View Editors Picks External link to resource View this resource on D O I
Falk-Krzesinski, Holly, et al. Advancing the science of team science.
In an effort to enhance the understanding of how best to engage in team science to promote collaborative translational research and meet society’s needs, the First Annual International Science of Team…
Article 2010 9/20/2012 View Editors Picks View this resource on Pubmed View this resource on D O I
Syme, S. Leonard, et al. The Science of Team Science: Assessing the Value of Transdiscplinary Research
Several years ago, I chaired a committee organized by the IOM to consider the success of our public health efforts to prevent disease. The resulting 493-page report concluded that we were not doing a …
Journal 2008 3/14/2011 Download this resource from the Toolkit View this resource on Pubmed View this resource on D O I
Stokols, Daniel, et al. The ecology of team science - Understanding contextual influences on transdisciplinary collaboration
Increased public and private investments in large-scale team science initiatives over the past two decades have underscored the need to better understand how contextual factors influence the effective…
Article 2008 3/14/2011 View Editors Picks External link to resource Download this resource from the Toolkit View this resource on Pubmed View this resource on D O I
Stokols, D., et al. In vivo studies of transdisciplinary scientific collaboration Lessons learned and implications for active living research
The past 2 decades have witnessed a surge of interest and investment in transdisciplinary research teams and centers. Only recently, however, have efforts been made to evaluate the collaborative proce…
Article 2005 3/14/2011 External link to resource View this resource on D O I
Stokols, Daniel Toward a Science of Transdisciplinary Action Research
This paper offers a conceptual framework for establishing a science of transdisciplinary action research. Lewin's (1951) concept of action research highlights the scientific and societal value of tran…
Article 2006 3/14/2011 External link to resource
Börner, K., et al. A Multi-Level Systems Perspective for the Science of Team Science
At its most general, the production of knowledge can involve either an incremental change in understanding, or a discrete change. The former involves adding to an existing body of knowledge about a p…
Article 2010 3/7/2011 View Editors Picks External link to resource
Hall, Kara L., et al. Collaboration readiness of transdisciplinary research teams and centers: Findings from the National Cancer Institute's TREC year 1 evaluation study
Growing interest in promoting cross-disciplinary collaboration among health scientists has prompted several federal agencies, including the NIH, to establish large, multicenter initiatives intended to…
Article 2008 10/25/2010 View Editors Picks Download this resource from the Toolkit View this resource on Pubmed View this resource on D O I

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