Future of translational research: Why go pragmatic?

Adoption of a pragmatic, real-world research culture would bridge the gap between discovery and treating the intended patients.

Translational research has succeeded in moving molecules from the laboratory into the clinic and further improvements would benefit patients and biopharm. Conducting studies in real-life settings to get real-life results, known as pragmatic research, is proposed to optimise the process.

“It is about bringing the right intervention to the right patient at the right time, and that is the essence of “pragmatic research””, says a piece published in the journal of Pragmatic and Observational Research .

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