• The stages of translational research work in two directions—to continuously develop and reevaluate an intervention across diverse settings and populations, and to proactively integrate data from real-world settings into the inception, design, and development of new basic and applied research studies….The feedback loops inherent in the translational research process allow research to inform practice and practice to inform research…

    Patricia Grady

Evidence-based policies and programs are the foundation for robust responses to complex community needs. Community-based, rigorous participatory research is required to ensure appropriate design and development of research questions and methods. Additionally, cultural competence is needed to ensure confidence in results and recommendations.

DARE Global staff is experienced in:

  • Translational Research
  • Protocol Development
  • Community Engagement
  • Study Design and Implementation
  • Reporting and publications