Application of safety project interview data to a cyclical research model of translation

McCoy, A, Lilly, J, Lingard, H and Blismas, N 2011, 'Application of safety project interview data to a cyclical research model of translation', in Alistair Gibb (ed.) Prevention: Means to the End of Construction Injuries, illnesses, and Fatalities, Washington, United States, August 24-26, 2011, pp. 1-21.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title Application of safety project interview data to a cyclical research model of translation
Author(s) McCoy, A
Lilly, J
Lingard, H
Blismas, N
Year 2011
Conference name CIB WO99 Prevention: Means to the End of Construction Injuries, illnesses, and Fatalities
Conference location Washington, United States
Conference dates August 24-26, 2011
Proceedings title Prevention: Means to the End of Construction Injuries, illnesses, and Fatalities
Editor(s) Alistair Gibb
Publisher Virginia Tech
Place of publication Washington, United States
Start page 1
End page 21
Total pages 21
Abstract There is growing recognition that academic research outcomes must directly relate to industry, need to be targeted, useful, and mutually beneficial. Academic research does not always translate to successful industry practice, let alone adoption, and vice versa. Many have proposed and explored barriers based on either academic or industrial variables or both. Several attempts have been made to analyze barriers and propose solutions in order to address the translation of research to practice.
Subjects Building not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) Pilot projects
Research Translation
r2p2r
innovation
industry
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