par Smeesters, Pierre ;Deghorain, Marie ;Steer, Andrew C
Référence Journal of translational medicine, 9, page (128)
Publication Publié, 2011
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Clinician-researchers and experimental scientists do not speak the same language; they have different professional environments and different end-points in their research. This creates considerable problems of comprehension and communication, which constitute a major drawback in multidisciplinary work such as translational medicine. A stereotypic representation of both these worlds is presented as a starting point to encourage debate on this issue.