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Introduce Yourself!

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Welcome to Research to Reality, a community of practice sponsored by the National Cancer Institute that is meant to create an open dialogue between researchers who develop cancer prevention and control programs and the practitioners who are adapting, implementing, and evaluating these programs. We are excited that you have chosen to be part of R2R and would like to hear a little more about you! Below are some jumping off points, but feel free to tell us whatever you want us to know!

 

What are you working on right now?

What would you like to get out of being a member of R2R?

What are your research/program/topical interests?

Do you consider yourself a practitioner, researcher, or both? Why?


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Hi, my name is Nadia Corsini

Hi, my name is Nadia Corsini and I am a Research Fellow at the University of South Australia. My background is in health psychology and I have been working in psycho-oncology for 4 years. My main areas of interest are cancer survivorship and patient-reported outcomes. I am planning to undertake an implementation project to explore barriers and test solutions to providing cancer treatment summaries to patients. I am interested to hear from anyone who is working in this area and who might be able to share their experiences.

 

Greetings from New Haven, CT,

Greetings from New Haven, CT, USA. I am in a new role at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA) in the Yale School of Public Health (http://cira.yale.edu). Our focus is on HIV rather than cancer but we are working to build the capacity of our associated research scientists to conduct implementation science and to strengthen the real world impact of our work through community engagement and dissemination. The overlap in approach, if not content, is what brought me here. I look forward to learning more and making connections. - Daniel