The third CCIS meeting will focus on lessons learned in implementation science (IS) from COVID-19; and re-emerging and moving forward from the pandemic. The event will feature a variety of presentations and discussion sessions, as well as pre-work prior to encourage more engagement and discussion during each virtual session meeting.
The objectives for the CCIS are:
- Foster communication among those engaged in implementation science projects across the cancer continuum;
- Identify and develop solutions to common theoretical, methodological or empirical challenges in implementation science in cancer; and
- Promote collaborative projects to fill implementation science gaps that would extend beyond a single study