2018
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-73312018280202
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In order to defend science, it is necessary to make it accessible, intelligible and meaningful

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“…[1][2][3] There is consensus that advocating a scientific culture based on good practices implies the need to coordinate the principles of honesty, reliability, impartiality, independence, rigorous communication, diligence, and justice with production and communication in science, 3 but urgency in using the results for the common good can be noticed, breaking the relative social isolation that characterizes scientific undertakings. 4 Proliferation of research activities by both expert researchers and beginners who are at the graduate training level leads to consideration of two central aspects: 1) Do the study design and execution predict, in a timely and rigorous fashion, the benefits for clinical practice and their transfer to it? and 2) After results publication or diffusion, what work has to be done to introduce the new knowledge in the contexts?…”
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“…[1][2][3] There is consensus that advocating a scientific culture based on good practices implies the need to coordinate the principles of honesty, reliability, impartiality, independence, rigorous communication, diligence, and justice with production and communication in science, 3 but urgency in using the results for the common good can be noticed, breaking the relative social isolation that characterizes scientific undertakings. 4 Proliferation of research activities by both expert researchers and beginners who are at the graduate training level leads to consideration of two central aspects: 1) Do the study design and execution predict, in a timely and rigorous fashion, the benefits for clinical practice and their transfer to it? and 2) After results publication or diffusion, what work has to be done to introduce the new knowledge in the contexts?…”
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“…In an attempt to find an answer to these questions, we agree that encouragement to publish favors the dialogue between knowledge producers and their peers, 4 leaving the introduction of the results into praxis, at best, for a second phase. 1,2,4 These ideas lead to the inevitable conclusion that science dissemination activities face unusual challenges 4 in making it possible to materialize the ideal of evidence-based practice, with decision-making grounded in knowledge. Production cannot be locked up in databases or limited by the impact factor of specialized journals.…”
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“…A revisão bibliográfica para a escrita deste artigo contou com a leitura de textos que conceituam a disseminação científica a partir da experiência consolidada de instituições internacionais (CARE, 2009;SIMPSON;SOFAER;EDMUNDS, 2013;ESPOSITO et al, 2015); de textos brasileiros, que situam a comunicação, a divulgação, a disseminação e seus correlatos no contexto nacional (FONSECA, 2018;CAMARGO JR, 2018;MINAYO, 2007;LARA;CONTI, 2003;ARAÚJO, 2004); de textos que analisam criticamente a pandemia do coronavírus, as medidas de isolamento social e seus efeitos sobre o cotidiano e sobre o trabalho (SCHMIDT et al, 2020;SANTOS, 2020;CAPONI, 2020). Após revisão bibliográfica sobre a questão da polissemia do termo disseminação, desenvolvemos um relato de experiência sobre trabalho de disseminação científica de pesquisas em saúde pública da Fiocruz fomentadas pelo programa PMA.…”
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