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To accelerate the adoption of evidence-based cancer prevention and control in communities.
Multilevel Interventions in Health Care: Building the Foundation for Future Research
Stephen Taplin, MD MPH, Steve Clauser PhD
Rebecca Anhang Price PhD, Erica Breslau PhD, Veronica Chollette MS RN, Heather Edwards PhD, Irene Prabhu Das PhD
Arny Kaluzny PhD
Martin Charns PhD, Maria Fernandez Phd, Mary Fennel PhD, Ernie Hawk MD, Tom Vogt MD, Jane Zapka ScD
T1: Epi, Cohorts, Biobanks
T2: Clinical studies, RCTs
T3: Implementation Research
Adapted from Khoury et al; Gen Med 2007
Study the comparative effectiveness and outcomes of existing and emerging cancer screening processes
Study the balance of benefits and harms of cancer screening across recognized cancer risk levels
Share data and conduct preliminary studies relevant to future innovative research to optimize the screening process.
75 million over 5 years
9-12 sites, 1 statistical coordinating center
National Cancer Institute
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