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“Taking the Bull by the Horns”: Four Principles to Align Public Health, Primary Care, and Community Efforts to Improve Rural Cancer Control

To urban city dwellers, rural life can seem idyllic—a slower pace, easy-to-access outdoor recreation, and close ties to family, friends, and the community. What may not be as obvious is the extent to which persistent health disparities plague rural populations. For example, recurring evidence suggests that rural Americans face greater ...
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Beyond “Implementation Strategies”: Classifying the Full Range of Strategies Used in Implementation Science and Practice

Background: Strategies are central to the National Institutes of Health’s definition of implementation research as “the study of strategies to integrate evidence-based interventions into specific settings.” Multiple scholars have proposed lists of the strategies used in implementation research and practice, which they increasingly are classifying under the single term “implementation ...
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P30 HPV Supplement Grants Awarded to CPCRN Investigators at the University of Iowa and Oregon Health and Science University

University of Iowa and the The Oregon Health and Science University Knight Cancer Institute have both been awarded P30 HPV Supplement Grants for NCI-Designated Cancer Centers. Iowa’s year-long project will investigate HPV vaccination disparities in rural Iowa counties. They’ll conduct an environmental scan looking at community, clinic and organizational factors ...
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CPCRN Members Present at the 4th Biennial Society for Implementation Research Collaboration Conference (SIRC 2017)

CPCRN principal investigator Jennifer Leeman, DrPH presented alongside Kathleen Knocke, MPH and Allison Myers, PhD, MPH at the 2017 SIRC conference in early September. They presented their work on "Adapting the Stages of Implementation Completion Measure as a Model for Health Policy Interventions" during the breakout session Connecting Research to Policy for Enhanced Implementation. The presentation, meticulously selected based ...
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CPCRN Data Brief – Tobacco and Lung Cancer Screening in Federally Qualified Health Centers: A National Survey

While prevalence of tobacco use has declined over the past decade, rates have remained steady and have even increased among some socially and economically disadvantaged populations. Studies have also shown that lower-income cigarette smokers suffer from more diseases, such as lung cancer, than smokers with higher incomes. In August 2016, ...
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University of Kentucky Pilot Project on HPV Vaccination Featured in The Kentucky Pharmacist

The Kentucky Pharmacist recently featured University of Kentucky's work “Increasing HPV Vaccination through Community Pharmacy Partnerships: Lessons Learned from a Pilot Project”. link to article ...
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CPCRN Team from UPenn Network Center Presents at the Advancing the Science of Community-Engaged Research Conference, September 2017

A team of CPCRN members from the University of Pennsylvania network center presented a poster at the Advancing the Science of Community-Engaged Research Conference in Washington, D.C. in mid-September. The poster, titled “Community Scholars-in-Residence Program for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows: Hands-On Community-Engaged Research,” was the result of a collaborative effort ...
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Putting Public Health Evidence in Action Training Curriculum Updated

The Putting Public Health Evidence in Action training curriculum was updated in November 2017. This interactive training curriculum was created by the CPCRN to support community program planners and health educators in developing skills in using evidence-based approaches and learning about new tools for planning and evaluating community health interventions. The ...
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CPCRN-Related Presentations at the 10th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health, December 4-6, 2017

A list of all CPCRN-related presentations at the 10th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health in Arlington, Virginia on December 4-6, 2017 can be found here ...
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University of North Carolina Investigators Awarded New CDC Funding to Study the Economic Burden of Metastatic Breast Cancer

Stephanie Wheeler and Justin Trogdon of the University of North Carolina were awarded CDC funding for SIP 17-004, Assessing the Lifetime Economic Burden in Younger, Midlife, and Older Women with Metastatic Breast Cancer. The economic cost data produced by this study will help decision makers allocate scarce public health resources ...
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