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Fireside Chat: Identifying Characteristics of High-Impact Implementation Science and Building Field Capacity

  • Event Summary

    The Advanced Topics in Implementation Science webinar series is hosted by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences Implementation Science Team.

     

    Join us for the fifth fireside session where we invite friends and colleagues to join us for informal conversations around relevant D&I topics! On Tuesday, April 25, 2017 from 12:00-1:00pm ET, Dr. David Chambers will host a fireside chat with Drs. Ross Brownson and Enola Proctor to discuss characteristics of high-impact implementation science as well as efforts to build capacity of the field through D&I research training. Many are familiar with the “10 key ingredients” paper led by Dr. Proctor and the competencies work that has followed, which continues to set the bar for high quality implementation science. We are thrilled to be joined by two Implementation Science leaders--Ross and Enola--and to hear their take on the potential of the field, current limitations, and how efforts to build capacity can lead to the next set of advances. 

     

    The session will include approximately 35 minutes of discussion from our speakers and 25 minutes for Q&A with the audience.

    Registration is required.

     

    Once you register at the link above, you will receive a confirmation email with the log-in information for the WebEx session – please be sure to save that information so you can access the session on April 25nd.

     

    Can't be there?  The session will be recorded and archived on the Research to Reality (R2R) site approximately one week following the session. Additionally, the full archive of previous IS webinars is available.

     

    Reasonable Accommodations
    Captioning can be provided during the presentation. Individuals with disabilities who need reasonable accommodation to participate in this event should contact NCIdccpsISteam@mail.nih.gov no later than the Monday before the session.