Dispatches from Implementation Science at NCI
The Dispatches from Implementation Science at NCI blog discusses the integration of implementation science into research across the cancer control continuum to improve the relevance to healthcare systems and population and public health. Blog dispatches are typically released monthly.
Recent Dispatch from Implementation Science at NCI
Sabrina Oasan| April 2022
As part of my Master of Public Health degree requirement, I had to complete a fellowship that would result in two final products benefitting my applied practice experience. As a Grants Manager, with a passion for public health, at NCI, I was…
Wynne E. Norton| March 2022
Implementation trials often use experimental (i.e., randomized controlled trials; RCTs) study designs to test the impact of implementation strategies on implementation outcomes, service outcomes, and/or patient-level outcomes.
Gila Neta| February 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has made palpable the importance of focusing on implementation (and especially equitable implementation) and of taking a global perspective to population health. So, I was delighted to work with NCI’s…
Ariella Korn| October 2021
My interest in IS builds on my background in public health nutrition, community-level interventions, community/stakeholder engagement, and systems science approaches.
Amy Kennedy| September 2021
While health disparities have persisted over time across nearly all maladies, the unified call from researchers and the public alike to understand and eliminate these disparities in an effort to achieve health equity has become urgent as the world…
Expanding Engagement in the Consortium for Cancer Implementation Science (CCIS) through New Funding Opportunity
Cynthia A. Vinson| August 2021
Two years ago, NCI launched the Consortium for Cancer Implementation Science (formerly the Implementation Science Consortium in Cancer). I shared information about the Consortium in my blog in November 2020 and am excited to provide an update.
Ali Abazeed| June 2021
The Implementation Science (IS) team within the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences has been a leader in prioritizing the development of the field over the last 20 years, and we are once again taking a leading role to identify and…
Pete DelNero| May 2021
Two years ago, I attained the dream of becoming a cancer prevention fellow. I entered the Shady Grove campus as a biomedical engineer, and my enthusiasm for public health brought me to the Implementation Science (IS) team.
Advancing Implementation Science in Global Cancer Control: Lessons Learned from a PAHO Cervical Cancer Meeting
Dr. Antoinette Percy-Laurry| April 2021
I was offered the opportunity to contribute to global cancer control work when I spent much of 2019 working on a detail at the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), one of six regional offices of the World Health Organization (WHO). PAHO…
Gila Neta| March 2021
When we first launched the Implementation Science Consortium in Cancer in July 2019, we identified economic evaluation and measuring costs as a key gap area in the field. Namely, how can we tease apart the costs of our implementation strategies from…