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Webinars

Welcome to the Implementation Science Webinar Series. In 2013, The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences Implementation Science Team started a webinar series focused on advanced dissemination and implementation research topics. Each session will include approximately 40 minutes for presentation(s) by leaders in the field as well as 20 minutes for engaged discussion and Q&A. Review the list of topics and click on the session title below to register for upcoming sessions or view an archived session

Current Webinars

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Archived Webinars

January 2013 - Writing Implementation Research Grant Proposals: Ten Key Ingredients

January 2013
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April 2013 - Health Disparities and Implementation Science: Implications and Opportunities

April 2013
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May 2013 - How engaged are we? Measuring community engagement and partnership

May 2013
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June 2013 - “Rapid, Responsive, Relevant (R3) Research”: A New Approach for the Health Research Enterprise

June 2013
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July 2013 - Building a Lasting Impact: Implementation Science and Sustainability

July 2013
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September 2013 - Context Matters: IS Perspectives on Research with Complex Patients and Complex Problems

September 2013
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October 2013 - PRECIS: How to Enhance Transparency and Reporting for Dissemination and Implementation

October 2013
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November 2013 - Reporting, Guidelines, Measures and Harmonization: Following Up on the NIH D&I Working Meeting on Measures and Reporting

November 2013
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January 2014: Advancing a Comprehensive Plan for Dissemination & Implementation Research Training: Lessons from an NIH Working Group Meeting

January 2014
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March 2014: Study Designs in Implementation Research: Review and Roadmap

March 2014
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April 2014: Research at the NIH to Evaluate "Natural Experiments" Related to Obesity and Diabetes

April 2014
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MOHR is More: Integrating Patient Reported Health Experiences in Primary Care Settings

March 2015
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