Launched in 2019, the Consortium for Cancer Implementation Science (CCIS) seeks to promote cross-collaboration and better focus implementation science innovations and solutions on cancer control priorities. Articulated as implementation science public goods to support cancer research, the CCIS has convened annually to engage the community in high-priority, large-format discussion and to learn from the on-going work of the CCIS action groups. This webinar discusses how the CCIS has evolved from inception, the current efforts to move the field forward, and the vision for sustaining the coalition developed in the coming years.
University of New Mexico School of Medicine
Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS)
University of Washington