Experience of knowledge translation in the ITSAL (immigration, work and health) research project with representatives of the target population

  • Ronda E
  • López-Jacob M
  • Boix P
  • et al.
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Abstract

This article describes the experience of knowledge translation between researchers of the ITSAL (immigration, work and health) project and representatives of organizations working with immigrants to discuss the results obtained in the project and future research lines. A meeting was held, attended by three researchers and 18 representatives from 11 institutions. Following a presentation of the methodology and results of the project, the participants discussed the results presented and research areas of interest, thus confirming matches between the two sides and obtaining proposals of interest for the ITSAL project. We understand the process described as an approach to social validation of some of the main results of this project. This experience has allowed us to open a channel of communication with the target population of the study, in line with the necessary two-way interaction between researchers and users.

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Ronda, E., López-Jacob, M. J., Boix, P., García, A. M., Paredes-Carbonell, J. J., & López, P. (2014). Experience of knowledge translation in the ITSAL (immigration, work and health) research project with representatives of the target population. Gaceta Sanitaria, 28(3), 234–237. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gaceta.2013.08.006

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