Presentations

CPCRN Overview Presentations

The Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network (CPCRN) Overview presentation has been delivered on several occasions since the start of Cycle 5, from CPCRN-sponsored meetings to national conferences featuring Network members. The most recent and up-to-date iteration of the presentation, delivered at the Implementation Science Consortium in Cancer (ISCC) in September 2020, may be downloaded as a slide deck or viewed as a recording. An earlier version of the presentation, delivered at the CPCRN5 Kickoff Meeting in January 2020, is also available for download below:

CPCRN Overview Presentation, CPCRN Annual Meeting, January 2020

Stephanie B. Wheeler, PhD, MPH | PI, CPCRN Coordinating Center at UNC

CPCRN Posters & Presentations at the 14th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) in Health, December 14-16, 2021

Co-hosted by AcademyHealth and the National Cancer Institute (NCI)'s Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences (DCCPS) Implementation Science team, the 14th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) in Health was held virtually, December 14-16, 2021. Guided by the theme, Broadening Horizons for Impact: Incorporating Multisectoral Approaches into D&I Science, a total of 50 CPCRN members represented the Network as presenters, panelists, moderators, chairs, poster collaborators, and even musical performers. Their contributions were featured across 44 presentations, posters, and interactive sessions, connected  by a shared focus on emphasizing the importance of incorporating diverse contexts and stakeholders into research that impacts health.

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CPCRN-Involved Presentations

Characterizing Adaptations to Mobile Phone Delivery of the Adolescent Transition Package (ATP) in Kenya Using the Framework for Reporting Adaptations and Modifications to Evidence-Based Implementation Strategies (FRAME-IS)

Dorothy Mangale, MSc¹, Alvin Onyango², Cyrus Mugo, MBChB, MPH², Caren Mburu, MBChB², Janet Itindi², Arianna Rubin-Means, PhD¹, Irene Njuguna², Dalton Wamalwa, MBChB, MMed, MPH²,³, Bryan Weiner, PhD¹, Grace John-Stewart, MD, PhD, MPH¹, and Kristin Beima-Sofie, PhD, MPH¹;


(1)University of Washington, (2)Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya, (3)University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya

Increasing Access to Organization Theories for Use in Implementation Science [CPCRN OTIS Workgroup Product]

Sarah Birken¹, PhD, MSPH, Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDiv², Linda Ko, PhD³, MPH, Maria Fernandez, PhD⁴, Mary Wangen, MPH², Hannah Arem, PhD, MPH⁵, Terry Huang, PhD, MPH, MBA⁶, Michelle Kegler, DrPH, MPH⁷, Per Nilsen, PhD⁸, Prajakta Adsul, PhD, MBBS, MPH⁹, and Matthew Lee, DrPH, MPH¹⁰;


(1)Wake Forest School of Medicine, (2)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (3)University of Washington, (4)University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, (5)MedStar Health Research Institute, (6)The City University of New York, (7)Emory University, (8)Linkoping University, (9)University of New Mexico, (10)NYU Grossman School of Medicine

Usability and Initial Findings of the Longitudinal Implementation Strategy Tracking System (LISTS) in the IMPACT Consortium

Justin Smith, PhD¹,², Wynne Norton, PhD³, Whitney Batestilli, BS, Lila Rutten, PhD, MPH¹, Sandra Mitchell, PhD, Don Dizon, MD, FACP, FASCO, Aaron Leppin, MD, MSc, Christine Cronin, BS, September Smith, Jennifer Ridgeway, PhD, Raymond Osarogiagbon, MBBS, FACP, Nadine McCleary, MD, MPH⁸, Joan Griffin, PhD, Joshua Richardson, PhD, MS, MLIS¹⁰, Frank Penedo, PhD¹¹, Bryan Weiner, PhD¹², Deborah Schrag, MD, MPH¹³, and Lisa DiMartino, PhD, MPH;


(1)Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, (2)University of Utah School of Medicine, (3)National Cancer Institute, (4)RTI International, Raleigh, NC, (5)Mayo Clinic, (6)National Cancer Institute, Rockville, MD, (7)Brown University, (8)Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, (9)Baptist Centers for Cancer Care, (10)Digital Health and Clinical Informatics, RTI International, Chicago, IL, (11)University of Miami, (12)University of Washington School of Public Health, (13)Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center

Using Implementation Mapping to Plan or Select Implementation Strategies

Maria Fernandez, PhD¹, Byron Powell, PhD, LCSW², and Timothy Parker, PhD¹;


(1)University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, (2)Washington University in St. Louis

CPCRN-Involved Posters

A Field Guide for Assessing Readiness to Implement Evidence-Based Cancer Screening Interventions in Primary Care Clinics

Sarah Hohl, PhD, MPH¹, Thuy Vu, MPH¹, Cam Escoffery, PhD, MPH, CHES², Annette Maxwell, DrPH³, and Peggy Hannon, PhD, MPH¹;


(1)University of Washington, (2)Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, (3)University of California, Los Angeles

A Qualitative Study on Tobacco Control Perspectives from Employers and Employees at Small Worksites

Christine Kava, PhD, MA¹, Raymond Ruiz, MA¹, Jeffrey Harris, MD, MPH, MBA¹, and Peggy Hannon, PhD¹


(1)University of Washington

Association Between School-Level Factors and the Implementation of Classroom-Based Physical Activity Approaches in Elementary Schools: A Cross-Sectional Study

Timothy Walker, PhD¹, Jacob Szeszulski, PhD¹, Derek Craig, MPH¹, Kempson Onadeko¹, and Maria Fernandez, PhD¹;


(1)University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health

Building Implementation Science Capacity Among Practitioners of Comprehensive Cancer Control: Development of a Pilot Training Curriculum

Joseph Astorina, PhD¹, Sarah Kerch, MPH¹, and Mandi Pratt-Chapman, PhD¹;


(1)George Washington University Cancer Center

Cognitive Interviewing to Improve an Organizational Readiness Measure for Implementation

Maria McClam, MS¹, Lauren Workman, PhD, MPH¹, Timothy Walker, PhD², Heather Brandt, PhD³, Derek Craig, MPH², Emanuelle Dias, MPH, CPH², Robert Gibson, PhD, MSOTR/L, Abraham Wandersman, PhD, and Maria Fernandez, PhD²;


(1)University of South Carolina, (2)University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health, (3)St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, (4)Augusta University, (5)Wandersman Center

De-implementing Low-Value Care in Cancer Care Delivery: A Systematic Review

Amir Alishahi Tabriz, MD, PhD, MPH¹,², Kea Turner, PhD, MPH, MA¹,², Alecia Clary, PhD, MSW³, Young-Rock Hong, PhD, Oliver Nguyen⁴,⁵, Grace Wei, MS, MPH¹, Rebecca Carlson, MLS, and Sarah Birken, PhD;


(1)University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine, (2)Moffitt Cancer Center, (3)The Reagan-Udall Foundation for the FDA, (4)University of Florida, (5)University of Alabama at Birmingham, (6)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (7)Wake Forest School of Medicine

Development of a Framework for Organization Theory for Implementation Science (OTIS) [CPCRN OTIS Workgroup Product]

Sarah Birken, PhD, MSPH¹, Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDiv², Linda Ko, PhD, MPH³, Maria Fernandez, PhD, Mary Wangen, MPH², Hannah Arem, PhD, MPH, Terry Huang, PhD, MPH, MBA, Michelle Kegler, DrPH, MPH, Per Nilsen, PhD, Prajakta Adsul, PhD, MPH, MBBS, and Matthew Lee, DrPH, MPH¹⁰;


(1)Wake Forest School of Medicine, (2)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (3)University of Washington, (4)University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health, (5)MedStar Health Research Institute, (6)The City University of New York, (7)Emory University, (8)Linkoping University, (9)University of New Mexico, (10)New York University Grossman School of Medicine

Dissemination and Dissemination Research: A Scoping Review of Frameworks in Empirical Studies and a Review of Dissemination Frameworks

Ana Baumann, PhD¹, Cole Hooley, PhD, LCSW², Emily Kryzer, MSW, MPH¹, Alexandra Morshed, PhD, MS³, Cassidy Gutner, PhD, Sara Malone, LCSW¹, Calle Walsh-Bailey, MPH¹, Stephanie Mazzucca, PhD¹, Rachel Tabak, PhD, RD¹;


(1)Washington University in St. Louis, (2)Brigham Young University, (3)Emory University, (4)ViiV Healthcare

Evaluation of the Adoption, Acceptance and Usability of SurvivorLink, a Technology-Based Communication Tool for Pediatric Cancer Survivors

Ann Mertens, PhD¹,², Rebecca Lewis, MPH¹, Jordan Marchak, PhD, ABPP¹,², Lillian Meacham, MD¹,², Brooke Cherven, PhD, MPH, RN¹,², Paula Edwards³, Regine Haardöerfer, PhD, Med, and Cam Escoffery, PhD, MPH, CHES;


(1)Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, (2)Emory University School of Medicine, (3)HIMformatics, LLC., (4)Emory University Rollins School of Public Health

Facilitators and Barriers to Pediatric Cancer Survivor Care Delivery: A Fish Bone Analysis

Cam Escoffery, PhD, MPH, CHES¹, Victoria Krauss, MPH¹, Regine Haardöerfer, PhD, MEd¹, Ann Mertens, PhD²,³, Lillian Meacham, MD³, Jordan Marchak, PhD³, Rebecca Lewis, MPH³, Apoorva Kommajosula, BA¹, Oyinda Adisa, BA¹, and Robert Wright, BA¹;


(1)Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, (2)Emory University School of Medicine, (3)Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Federally Qualified Health Center Staff's Understanding of the Organizational Readiness Subcomponents from the R=MC^2 Heuristic: A Rapid Qualitative Analysis

Emanuelle Dias, MPH, CPH¹, Timothy Walker, PhD¹, Derek Craig, MPH¹, Hiluv Johnson, LMSW², Jacob Szeszulski, PhD¹, Robert Gibson, PhD, MSOTR/L³, Heather Brandt, PhD⁴, Abraham Wandersman, PhD⁵, and Maria Fernandez, PhD¹;


(1)University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health, (2)Columbia College, (3)Augusta University, (4)St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, (5)Wandersman Center

Implementation Science Capacity Building through a National Scholars Program for Researchers and Practitioners in Cancer Prevention and Control [CPCRN Scholars Workgroup Product]

Daniela Friedman, PhD¹, Cam Escoffery, PhD, MPH, CHES², Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDiv³, Cynthia Thomson, PhD, RD⁴, Elaine Morrato, DrPH, MPH, CPH⁵, Swann Arp Adams, PhD, MS, FACE¹, Samuel Noblet, MPH¹, Kimberly Flicker, MS, MBA¹, Courtney Petagna, MPH², and Stephanie Wheeler, PhD, MPH³;


(1)University of South Carolina, (2)Emory University, (3)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (4)University of Arizona, (5)Loyola University Chicago

Implementing Centralized Navigation for Colorectal Cancer Screening

Connor Randolph, BA¹, Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDiv¹, Renée Ferrari, PhD, MPH¹, Alison Brenner, PhD, MPH¹, and Daniel Reuland, MD, MPH¹;


(1)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Independently Implementing Opioid Quality Improvement (QI) Interventions: Insights from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Six Building Blocks Project

Ellen Childs, PhD, MA¹, Sarah Shoemaker-Hunt, PhD, PharmD¹, Holly Swan, PhD¹, Leigh Evans, PhD¹, Brooke Ike, MPH², Laura-Mae Baldwin, MD, MPH², and Michael Parchman, MD, MPH³;


(1)Abt Associates, (2)University of Washington, (3)Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute

Integrating Dissemination & Implementation (D&I) Sciences into a Pre-Doctoral, Multidisciplinary Translational Research Training Program

Allison Cole, MD, MPH¹, Laura-Mae Baldwin, MD, MPH¹, Michael Parchman, MD, MPH², and Gina Keppel¹


(1)University of Washington, (2)Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute

Making Sense of Complexity Underlying Two CRC Screening Interventions Using Causal-Loop Diagramming

Erin Kenzie, PhD¹, Mellodie Kinkade¹, Brittany Badicke, MPH¹, Gloria Coronado, PhD², Jennifer Coury, MA¹, and Melinda Davis, PhD¹;


(1)Oregon Health & Science University, (2)Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research

Multilevel Determinants of Urologists' Adherence to Active Surveillance Follow-Up Guideline for Low-Risk Prostate Cancer

Soohyun Hwang, MPH¹, Sarah Birken, PhD, MSPH², Matt Nielsen MD, MS, FACS¹, Jennifer Elston Lafata, PhD¹, Stephanie Wheeler, PhD, MPH¹, and Lisa Spees, PhD¹;


(1)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (2)Wake Forest School of Medicine

Multiple Methods for Estimating Resources Utilized During Intervention Implementation: Example of a Colorectal Cancer Screening Outreach Program

Karl Johnson¹, Meghan O’Leary, MA¹, Daniel Reuland, MD, MPH¹, Kristen Hassmiller Lich, PhD¹, Stephanie Wheeler, PhD, MPH¹, Alison Brenner, PhD, MPH¹, and Alexis Moore, MPH¹;


(1)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Patient Preferences for the Design of a Pharmacy-Based Colorectal Cancer Screening Program

Alison Brenner, PhD, MPH¹, Mary Wangen, MPH¹, Renée Ferrari, PhD, MPH¹, Caroline Luther¹, Daniel Reuland, MD, MPH¹, Catherine Rohweder, DrPH¹, Parth Shah, PharmD, PhD², Benjamin Urick, PharmD, PhD¹, and Stephanie Wheeler, PhD, MPH¹;


(1)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (2)Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Perspectives of Clinic Managers Working in Large Healthcare Systems in a Rural State on the Barriers and Facilitators to Adoption of EBIs to Increase HPV Vaccination During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Grace Ryan, PhD, MPH¹, Natoshia Askelson, PhD, MPH², Sato Ashida, PhD², Mary Charlton, PhD², Paul Gilbert, PhD, ScM², Aaron Scherer, PhD, MA², and Eliza Daly, MPH²;


(1)University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School, (2)University of Iowa

Stakeholder-Informed Considerations for Adapting Health Promotion Interventions with Hispanic Breast Cancer Survivors Living on the United States/Mexico Border

Samantha Werts, MPH¹, Melissa Lopez-Pentecost, MS¹, Meghan Skiba, PhD, MS, RDN¹, Rosi Vogel, BBA/MBA¹, Maia Ingram, MPH¹, Tatiana Enriquez², Lizzie Garcia², and Cynthia Thomson, PhD, MS, RDN¹;


(1)University of Arizona, (2)Mariposa Community Health Center

Understanding Organizational Readiness in Federally Qualified Health Centers: A Qualitative Content Analysis of General Capacity Subcomponents from R=MC^2

Jacob Szeszulski, PhD¹, Emanuelle Dias, MPH, CPH¹, Lynn Ibekwe, PhD¹, Robert Gibson, PhD, MSOTR/L², Andrea Lamont, PhD³, Timothy Walker, PhD¹, Abraham Wandersman, PhD³, and Maria Fernandez, PhD¹;


(1)University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health, (2)Augusta University, (3)University of South Carolina

Understanding the Multilevel Determinants of Clinicians' Imaging Decision-Making: Setting the Stage for De-Implementation of Low-Value Imaging

Soohyun Hwang, MPH¹, Sarah Birken, PhD, MSPH², Matt Nielsen MD, MS, FACS¹, Jennifer Elston Lafata, PhD¹, Stephanie Wheeler, PhD, MPH¹, and Lisa Spees, PhD¹;


(1)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (2)Wake Forest School of Medicine

Unpacking Patient Preferences for Follow-Up Care in a Pharmacy-Based Colorectal Cancer Screening Program

Mary Wangen, MPH¹, Catherine Rohweder, DrPH¹, Parth Shah, PharmD, PhD², Benjamin Urick, PharmD, PhD¹, Stephanie Wheeler, PhD, MPH¹, Renée Ferrari, PhD, MPH¹, Caroline Luther¹, and Alison Brenner, PhD, MPH¹;


(1)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (2)Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Use of Process Mapping to Inform the Implementation of Financial Navigation in Rural and Non-Rural Oncology Care Settings

Caitlin Biddell, MSPH¹, Victoria Petermann, RN, BSN¹, Lisa Spees, PhD¹, Donald Rosenstein, MD¹, Michelle Manning, MPH¹, Mindy Gellin¹, Neda Padilla, BA¹, Sarah Birken, PhD, MSPH², Cleo Samuel-Ryals, PhD¹, Katherine Reeder-Hayes, MD, MBA¹, Kendrel Cabarrus¹, and Stephanie Wheeler, PhD, MPH¹;


(1)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (2)Wake Forest School of Medicine

Using Implementation Mapping to Guide Implementation of Evidence Based Colorectal Cancer Screening Intervention in Federally Qualified Health Centers

Allison Rosen, MS¹, Lynn Ibekwe, PhD¹, Crystal Costa, MPH¹, Melissa Valerio, PhD, MPH¹, Gabrielle Frachiseur, BS², Amanda English, MPH¹, Carlton Allen, MS², Lara Savas, PhD¹, Bijal Balasubramanian, PhD, MBBS³, Timothy Walker, PhD¹, Deevakar Rogith, PhD, MBBS, Susan Fenton, PhD, RHIA, FAHIMA, Paul McGaha, DO, MPH², Lewis Foxhall, MD, and Maria Fernandez, PhD¹;


(1)University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health, (2)University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler, (3)University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas, (4)University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Biomedical Informatics, (5)University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Using Implementation Mapping to Increase Adoption and Implementation of Salud En Mis Manos (SEMM-DIA): A Breast & Cervical Cancer Screening and HPV Vaccination Intervention For Medically Underserved Hispanic Women

Lara Savas, PhD¹, Preena Loomba, MPH¹, Ross Shegog, PhD¹, Marlyn Allicock, PhD, MPH¹, Erica Landrau, PhD¹, Crystal Costa, MPH¹, Angelita Alaniz, BS¹, Amanda English, MPH, MCHES¹, Roshanda Chenier, PhD¹, and Maria Fernandez, PhD¹;


(1)University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health

Using Intervention Mapping to Develop a Patient-Level Intervention for Cascade Screening for Lynch Syndrome

Megan Roberts, PhD¹, Lauren Passero¹, Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDiv¹, Heather Hampel², Alanna Rahm³, Daniel Reuland, MD, MPH¹, Jonathan Berg, MD, PhD¹, Maria Fernandez, PhD, and Swetha Srinivasan¹;


(1)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (2)The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, (3)Geisinger, (4)University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health

Using Plan-Do-Study-Act Cycles to Refine a Mailed Colorectal Cancer Screening Outreach Program

Alison Brenner, PhD, MPH¹, Sara Correa, MPH¹, Connor Randolph, BA¹, Alexis Moore, MPH¹, Teri Malo, PhD, MPH², Renée Ferrari, PhD, MPH¹, and Daniel Reuland, MD, MPH¹;


(1)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (2)Durham VA Health Care System, Center of Innovation to Accelerate Discovery and Practice Transformation (ADAPT)

Using the Organizational Readiness for Implementing Change Scale and Perceptions of Barriers and Facilitators to Implementation Success as Tools for Stakeholder Engagement

Victoria Petermann, RN, BSN¹, Caitlin Biddell, MSPH¹, Lisa Spees, PhD¹, Donald Rosenstein, MD¹, Michelle Manning, MPH¹, Mindy Gellin¹, Neda Padilla, BA¹, Sarah Birken, PhD, MSPH², Cleo Samuel-Ryals, PhD¹, Katherine Reeder-Hayes, MD, MBA¹, Kendrel Cabarrus¹, and Stephanie Wheeler, PhD, MPH¹;


(1)University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, (2)Wake Forest School of Medicine

CPCRN Presentations at the 13th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health, December 15-17, 2020

Co-hosted by AcademyHealth and the National Cancer Institute (NCI)'s Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences (DCCPS) Implementation Science team, the 13th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health (D&I) will convene virtually from December 15-17, 2020. Guided by the theme, D&I Science in a Dynamic, Diverse, and Interconnected World: Meeting the Urgent Challenges of Our Time, CPCRN presenters will help bridge the gap between research, practice, and policy by addressing the challenges facing D&I science, presenting research findings, and identifying the next set of research priorities across 39 presentations and posters.

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PharmFIT: Evaluating Patient Perspectives on Use of a Pharmacy-Based Colorectal Cancer Screening Program

Dana L. Atkins; Renée M. Ferrari; Dillon Van Rensburg; Annika Ittes; Mary Wangen; Catherine Rohweder; Alison Brenner; Stephanie Wheeler; Jennifer Richmond; Parth Shah

PharmFIT: How Pharmacists Would Design a Pharmacy-Located Colorectal Cancer Screening Program

Parth Shah; Dana Atkins; Annika Ittis; Renee Ferrari; Catherine Rohweder; Mary Wangen; Benjamin Chilampath; Caroline Luther; Rachel Ceballos; Rachel Issaka; Dan Reuland; Stephanie Wheeler; Alison Brenner

PharmFIT: Perspectives From Primary Care Providers on a Pharmacy-Based Distribution of Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) Kits for Home Colorectal Cancer Screening

Alison Brenner; Catherine Rohweder; Mary Wangen; Dana Atkins; Renée Ferrari; Benjamin Chilampath; Caroline Luther; Dan Reuland; Parth Shah; Stephanie Wheeler

Systematic Review of Outer Setting Domains with Dissemination & Implementation Theories and Models

Cam Escoffery, PhD; Caitlin Allen, MPH; Lillian Madrigal, MPH; Swathi Sekar, MPH; Regine Haardoerfer, PhD; Ann Mertens, PhD

The Organization Theory for Implementation Science (OTIS) Project

Sarah Birken; Linda K. Ko; Jennifer Leeman; Mary Wangen; Mimi Choy-Brown; Matthew Lee; Terry T-K Huang; Prajakta Adsul; Miriam Bender; Per Nilsen; Lauren Richardson; Barbara Baquero

CPCRN Overview Presentation at the 2020 Implementation Science Consortium in Cancer (ISCC), September 22-23, 2020

Hosted by the NCI Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences (DCCPS), the Implementation Science Consortium in Cancer (ISCC) 2020 was held virtually on September 22-23, 2020. The event featured a variety of presentations and discussion sessions by CPCRN members, and was designed to be a working meeting,  focusing on short-term and long-term cancer control priorities, challenges & opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic, synergies & gaps in the IS space across NCI-funded initiatives, and discussion on infrastructures for cross collaboration.

Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network (CPCRN) Overview

The presentation may be viewed as a recording, or downloaded as a slide deck through the links below:

Watch CPCRN Overview Presentation Recording
Download CPCRN Overview Presentation Slides

Stephanie B. Wheeler, PhD, MPH

CPCRN Presentations at the AcademyHealth 2020 Annual Research Meeting, July 28 - August 6, 2020

 The AcademyHealth 2020 Annual Research Meeting, held virtually from July 28 - August 6, 2020, featured a wide variety of posters and presentations by CPCRN investigators across seven Collaborating Centers and affiliate institutions. Guided by a diverse range of themes, this year's Conference featured topics including: social determinants and social needs; coverage, access, and Medicaid; health workforce; methods research, aging, disability, and end of life; mental health and substance use; and dissemination, implementation, and impact. Select the titles below to view full presentations and posters.

Does a Healthy Behaviors Program Reduce Emergency Department Utilization? Findings from Iowa's Medicaid Expansion

Brad Wright, PhD, Natoshia Askelson, PhD, MPH, Monica Ahrens, PhD(c), Elizabeth Momany, PhD, & Peter C. Damiano, DDS, MPH

Reducing Cervical Cancer Disparities by County Poverty: The Role of HPV Vaccination

Jennifer C. Spencer, PhD, MSPH, Noel T. Brewer, PhD, Justin G. Trogdon, PhD, Morris Weinberger, PhD, Tamera Coyne-Beasley, MD, MPH, & Stephanie B. Wheeler, PhD, MPH

CPCRN Presentations at the 12th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health, December 4-6, 2019

Several CPCRN workgroup projects and center projects were presented at the 12th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health held in Washington, D.C. on December 4-6, 2019. Select the titles below to view full presentations.

Adapting, Implementing, and Evaluating an Evidence-Based Community Intervention to Promote Physical Activity in a Midsize Rural Town

Barbara Baquero, PhD, MPH; Rebecca Bucklin, MPH; Natoshia M. Askelson, PhD, MPH; Nicole L. Novak, PhD, MSc; Rima Afifi, PhD, MPH; Christine Kava, PhD, MA; Sandy L. Berto, RN; Active Ottumwa Community Advisory Board; Edith A. Parker, DrPH

Coincidence Analysis: An Introduction

Sarah A Birken, PhD; Laura J. Damschroder, MS, MPH; Edward J. Miech, EdD; Deborah Cragun, PhD, MS, CGC

HeartHome: Adapting Home-Based Cardiac Rehab to Increase Access & Reach for Underserved Populations

Cheryl B. Jones, PhD, RN, FAAN; Sidney C. Smith, Jr., MD, FAHA, FESC, FACP, MACC; Mark Toles, PhD, RN; Mary Wangen, MPH; Alberta Tran, BSN, RN, CCRN; Meriel McCollum, BSN, RN; Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDiv

Implementing and Adapting a Promising Patient Navigation Intervention to Increase Colonoscopy Completion

Allison Cole, MD, MPH; Thuy Vu, MPH; Marlana Kohn, MPH; Gloria Coronado, PhD; Amy DeGroff, PhD, MPH; Dara Schlueter, MPH; Peggy Hannon, PhD, MPH

Micropolitan Health: Contextual Barriers and Facilitators to Implementing Evidence-Based Public Health Interventions in Midsize Rural Towns

Nicole L. Novak, PhD, MSc; Barbara Baquero, PhD, MPH; Heidi Haines, MS; Rebecca Bucklin, MPH; Natoshia M. Askelson, PhD, MPH; Lynelle Diers, RN, BSN, BSW; Rima Afifi, PhD, MPH; Edith A. Parker, DrPH

Real-World Adaptations to a Medicaid/Medicare Health Plan-Initiated Mailed Fecal Test Outreach Program

Laura-Mae Baldwin, MD, MPH; Gloria D. Coronado, PhD; Jennifer L. Schneider, MPH; Beverly B. Green, MD, MPH; Malaika R. Schwartz, MPH; Jen K. Coury, MA

Social Ecological Approach to Mapping Factors that Increase Adolescent HPV Vaccination

Natoshia M. Askelson, PhD, MPH; Grace Ryan, MPH; Laura Seegmiller, MPH; Jackilen Shannon, PhD; Paige E. Farris, MSW; Annie-Laurie McRee, DrPH; DenYelle Kenyon, PhD; Jessica D. Hanson, PhD; Lejla Avdic

Transforming Research Findings into Action: Building a Strategy to Decrease Disparities in Colorectal Cancer Screening at the Local, Regional, and State Level

Laura-Mae Baldwin, MD, MPH; Amanda Petrik, MS; Lauren Adams; Gloria D. Coronado, PhD; Malaika R. Schwartz, MPH; Beverly B. Green, MD, MPH

Two Implementation Strategies for a Health Plan Based Mailed FIT Colorectal Cancer Screening Program: Influence on Process, Outcome, and Cost

Laura-Mae Baldwin, MD, MPH; Gloria D. Coronado, PhD; Imara West, MPH; Malaika R. Schwartz, MPH; Amanda Petrik, MS; William M. Vollmer, PhD; Rich T. Meenan, PhD, MPH; Yogini Kulkarni-Sharma, DA, MHA; Beverly B. Green, MD, MPH

Understanding QI Collaboratives through an Implementation Science Lens

Catherine Rohweder, DrPH; Mary Wangen, MPH; Molly C. Black; Heather R. Dolinger, PhD; Marti Wolf, RN, MPH, PCMH, CCE; Carey O’Reilly, RD, LDN, CDE; Heather Brandt, PhD; Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDiv

CPCRN Presentations at the 11th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health, December 3-5, 2018

Several CPCRN workgroup projects and center projects were presented at the 11th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health held in Washington, D.C. on December 3-5, 2018. Select the titles below to view full presentations.

Creating Champions for Colorectal Cancer Screening in South Carolina: Champions as an Implementation Strategy

Heather M. Brandt, PhD, Hiluv S. Johnson, MSW, Molly Black, Lauren Workman, PhD, Elijah Christian, MPH, Cynthia Calef, MAML, Ranina Outing, MHA

Development of a Framework for Organizational Theory for Implementation Science (OTIS)

Sarah A. Birken, PhD, Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, Per Nilsen, Miriam Bender

Dissemination of Innovative Practices Among FQHCs: A Case Study from Rural Appalachian Kentucky

Lindsay Stradtman, MPH, Angela Carman, DrPH, Robin C. Vanderpool, DrPH

Evaluating a Quality Improvement Collaborative for Increasing Colorectal Cancer Screening Capacity in Community Health Centers

Molly Black, Catherine Rohweder, DrPH, Heather Dolinger, Mary Wangen, MPH, Marti Wolf, Carey O'Reilly, Jennifer Leeman, DrPH

Implementation Challenges and Opportunities of Vaccine-Related Quality Improvement Initiatives in Vaccines for Children Clinics

Laura Seegmiller, MPH, Grace Ryan, MPH, Natoshia M. Askelson, MPH, PhD, Don Callaghan, Bethany Kintigh, RN, BSN

Unique Partners: Collaborating to Implement & Assess a Provider-Focused HPV Communication Campaign

Grace Ryan, MPH, Natoshia M. Askelson, MPH, PhD, Christy Mantemach, Katie Jones, MPH, Ellen Maahs, MPH

CPCRN Presentations at the Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health, December 4-6, 2017

Several CPCRN workgroup projects and center projects were presented at the 10th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health held in Washington, D.C. on December 4-6, 2017.

Accelerating Uptake of Evidence-based Approaches to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening with Community Health Centers

Heather M. Brandt, PhD, CHES; Hiluv S. Johnson, BA; Cynthia Calef, MAML; Jay Whitmore, MSW; Lauren Workman, PhD; Min Jee Lee, MPH; Denyse Petry, MPH; Kim Hale, BS; Amanda Collins, BS

How Federally Qualified Health Centers Select and Implement Multi-level Evidence-based Interventions to Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening: A Qualitative Study

Natoshia M. Askelson, PhD, MPH; Susan A. Flocke, PhD; Daniela B. Friedman, PhD; Karen Glanz, PhD, MPH; Sue P. Heiney, PhD, RN; Linda K. Ko, PhD; Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDiv; Edith A. Parker, DrPH; Catherine L. Rohweder, DrPH; Laura Seegmiller, MPH; Lindsay Stradtman, MPH; Robin C. Vanderpool, DrPH; Alicia L. Best, PhD, MPH

Outcomes of Dissemination and Implementation of a Lay Health-delivered Intervention with African-American Churches

Heather M. Brandt, PhD, CHES; Andrea Gibson, MPH; Samira Khan, MSW, MPH; Venice Haynes, MSPH; Marian Botchway, MPH; Lisa Davis, MEd; Lashonda Williams, PhD; Tom Hurley, MS; James R. Hébert, ScD

Specifying Implementation Strategies used by Seven Primary Care Regional Cooperatives: Real World Meets Theory

Cynthia Perry, PhD, FNP-BC; Laura Damschroder, MS, MPH; Jennifer Hemler, PhD; Tanisha T. Woodson, PhD; Sarah Ono, PhD; Deborah J. Cohen, PhD

Systematic Review of Adaptations of Public Health Evidence-based Interventions

Cam Escoffery, PhD, MPH; Patricia Dolan Mullen, DrPH; Erin Lebow-Skelley, MPH; Regine Haardöerfer, PhD, MEd, MS; Elaine Böing, MPH; Hallie Udelson, MPH, CHES; Danielle Reece, MPH; Richard Wood, PhD; Marieke Hartman, PhD; Shuting Liang; Maria E. Fernandez, PhD

Tobacco Use among VA Patients Receiving Lung Cancer Screening: Cessation at 1 year Post Screening

Steve Zeliadt, PhD, MPH; Paul Krebs, PhD; Hannah Johnson, MHA; Laura C. Feemster, MD, MS; Deborah Klein, MD; Kristina Crothers, MD; David Au, MD, MS; Jaimee Heffner, PhD, MS

CPCRN Presentations at the CDC Cancer Conference, August 14-16, 2017

Several CPCRN workgroup projects and center projects were presented at the CDC Cancer Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia on August 14-16, 2017. Click the presentation title to view the presentation.

Partnering for Prevention: The Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network’s Collaborations Research with Federally Qualified Health Center

Session Moderator: Karen Glanz, PhD, MPH, University of Pennsylvania
The Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network (CPCRN) is a national network of academic, community-engaged researchers working to accelerate the adoption of evidence-based cancer prevention and control in communities through effective dissemination and implementation strategies, including among federally qualified health centers. This session discusses the outcomes of this partnership to reduce health disparities in disadvantaged populations.

Session Introduction

Karen Glanz, PhD, MPH, University of Pennsylvania

Federally Qualified Health Centers As a Key Partner in Community-Clinical Linkages to Support HPV Vaccination

Robin Vanderpool, DrPH, University of Kentucky; Heather M. Brandt, PhD, University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health; Laura Seegmiller, MPH, University of Iowa; Lindsay Stradtman, University of Kentucky College; Jason Daniel-Ulloa, PhD, MPH, University of Iowa; Thuy Vu, MPH, University of Washington; Vicky Taylor, MD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Paige Farris, MSW, Oregon Health and Science University; Susan J. Curry, PhD, University of Iowa

Implementation of Lung Cancer Screening Among Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in the U.S.

Susan A. Flocke, PhD, Case Western Reserve University; Robin Vanderpool, DrPH, University of Kentucky; Jan Eberth, University of South Carolina; Richard Hoffman, MD, University of Iowa; Daniel Reuland, MD, MPH, University of North Carolina School of Medicine; Genevieve Birkby, PhD, Case Western Reserve University; Steven Zeliadt, PhD, University of Washington

Partnering for Prevention: The Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network’s Collaborations with Federally Qualified Health Centers

Catherine Lois Rohweder, DrPH, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Daniela Friedman, Arnold School of Public Health; Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDiv, University of North Carolina School of Nursing; Linda Ko, PhD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Karen Glanz, PhD, MPH, University of Pennsylvania

Harnessing the Power of Big Data and Simulation to Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening

Session Moderator: Cynthia A. Vinson, PhD, MA, National Cancer Institute
Local and national decision makers are interested in increasing colorectal cancer screening while simultaneously addressing disparities. This session will discuss how simulation modeling can enhance the decision-making process for implementation planning for colorectal cancer screening.

Technical Considerations: The Past, Present, and Future of Simulation Modeling of Colorectal Cancer

Siddhartha Nambiar, MS, North Carolina State University; Maria E. Mayorga, PhD, North Carolina State University, Rachel Townsley, MIE, North Carolina State University; Kristen Hassmiller Lich, PhD, MHSA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Stephanie B. Wheeler, PhD, MPH, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Using Individual-Based Simulation Modeling to Integrate Big Data and Intervention Evidence to Inform Intervention Selection, Adaptation, and Evaluation: An Example on Colorectal Cancer Screening

Kristen Hassmiller Lich, PhD, MHSA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Maria E. Mayorga, PhD, North Carolina State University; Rachel Townsley, MIE, North Carolina State University, Stephanie B. Wheeler, PhD, MPH, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Leah Frerichs, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Relationships, Data, and Quality Improvement: Critical Factors When Accountable Care Organizations and Primary Care Practices Collaborate to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screening in Medicaid Members

Melinda Davis, PhD, Oregon Health & Science University; Rose Gunn, MA, Oregon Health & Science University; Robyn Pham, Oregon Health & Science University; Kristen Hassmiller Lich, PhD, MHSA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Stephanie B. Wheeler, PhD, MPH, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Data-Powered Decision Making: One State’s Approach to Improving Colorectal Cancer Screening in Underserved Populations

Stephanie B. Wheeler, PhD, MPH, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Maria E. Mayorga, PhD, North Carolina State University; Melinda Davis, PhD, Oregon Health & Science University; Leah Frerichs, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Michael Pignone, MD, MPH, University of Texas, Austin; Florence Tangka, PhD, CDC;Lisa C. Richardson, MD, MPH, CDC; Kristen Hassmiller Lich, PhD, MHSA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Any Questions? Asking the Right Ones for Program Implementation and Evaluation

Session Moderator: Toye Williams, MSPH, CDC
Needs assessments and program evaluation are essential to public health programs, including ones for colorectal cancer screening. This session will provide an overview of recent evaluations of implemented methods and materials used to improve colorectal cancer screening and outcomes for medically underserved populations.

Adoption, Implementation, and Maintenance of Evidence-Based Colorectal Cancer Screening Interventions among CRCCP Grantees

Peggy Hannon, PhD, MPH, University of Washington; Annette Maxwell, DrPH, University of California at Los Angeles; Cam Escoffery, PhD, Rollins School of Public Health; Thuy Vu, MPH, University of Washington; Marlana Kohn, University of Washington; Laurel Dillon-Sumner, MA, University of Washington; Caitlin Mason, PhD, University of Washington

Factors Relating to Use and Non-Use of Direct-Mail Fecal Immunochemical Tests (FIT): Interview Findings from a Diverse FQHC Patient Population

Thuy Vu, MPH, University of Washington; Allison M. Cole, MD, MPH, University of Washington Department of Family Medicine; Peggy Hannon, PhD, MPH, University of Washington; Kathryn E. Kemper, HealthPoint Community Health Center; Jennifer Moon, A.T. Still University; Gloria Coronado, PhD, Kaiser Permanente Northwest; Casey Eastman, MPH, Washington State Department of Health; Roxane Waldron, Washington State Department of Health

Mixed Methods Study of the Role of Partnerships in Advancing Screening Promotion in the Colorectal Cancer Control Program (CRCCP)

Cam Escoffery, PhD, Rollins School of Public Health; Michelle Carvalho, MPH, Rollins School of Public Health; Anamika Satsangi, MPH, CDC; Grace Miskin, MPH, NIH, Rollins Scholl of Public Health; Shade Owolabi, MS, Rollins Schools of Public Health; Peggy Hannon, PhD, MPH, University of Washington; Thuy Vu, MPH, University of Washington; Annette Maxwell, DrPH, University of California, Los Angeles; Caitlin Mason, PhD, University of Washington

CPCRN Presentations at the Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health, December 14-15, 2016

Several CPCRN workgroup projects and center projects were presented at the 9th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation in Health held in Washington, D.C. on December 14-15, 2016.

Implementation Strategies for Tobacco Retail Policy Change: A Pilot Study

Jennifer Leeman, DrPH; Allison Myers, PhD; Jennifer Grant, MPH; Tara Queen, PhD

What Are the Best Intervention and Implementation Strategies for CRC Screening at FQHCs: A Review of Systematic Reviews

Catherine Rohweder, DrPH, Daniela Friedman, PhD, Natoshia Askelson, PhD, MPH, Susan Flocke, PhD, Karen Glanz, PhD, Linda Ko, PhD, Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDiv, Edith Parker, DrPH, Robin Vanderpool, DrPH, Seul Ki Choi, PhD, MPH, James Hebert, ScD, MSPH, Stephen Taplin, MD, MPH and Arica White, PhD

Exploring Community Clinical Linkages to Support HPV Vaccination: A Multi-Site Case Study

Heather M. Brandt, PhD, CHES; Robin Vanderpool, DrPH; Susan J. Curry, PhD; Vicky Taylor, MD, MPH; Paige Farris, MSW; Jason Daniel-Ulloa, PhD, MPH; Frances Lee-Lin, PhD, RN, OCN, CNS; Kerri Lopez (Tolowa); Laura Seegmiller, MPH; Jessica Seel, MPH; Lindsay Stradtman, MPH; Thuy Vu, MPH

Developing A Measure of Self-Efficacy to Lead Evidence-Based Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change

Jennifer Leeman, DrPH, MDiv; Jacqueline Shannon, PhD; Paige Farris, MSW; Catherine Rohweder, DrPH; Kerri Winters, PhD

HealthLinks: Increasing Small, Low-Wage Worksites Implementation of Evidence-Based Interventions

Peggy A. Hannon, PhD, MPH; Jeffrey R. Harris, MD, MPH, MBA; Kristen Hammerback, MA; Marlana Kohn, MPH; K. Gary Chan, PhD; Riki Mafune; Amanda Parrish, MA; Christian Helfrich, PhD, MPH; Shirley A. Beresford, PhD; Joanne Pike, DrPH

Closing Preventive Care Gaps through the Adaptation and Implementation of the Proactive Office Encounter Framework in Federally Qualified Health Centers

Robin Vanderpool, DrPH; Lindsay Stradtman, MPH; Angela Carman, DrPH; Stephanie Moore, MPA, CMPE; Patricia Fain, MD

CPCRN Presentation at the University of North Carolina’s CDC Prevention Research Centers Program Site Visit, April 20, 2016

The CPCRN Coordinating Center and the UNC network site (4CNC) presented during the University of North Carolina’s CDC Prevention Research Centers Program Site Visit on April 20, 2016.  Click the link below to download the presentation.

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FQHC Presentations at APHA Conference – November 4, 2013

American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting – 11/4/13
Presenters: Daniela Friedman, PhD, Shin-Ping Tu, MD MPH, Michelle Carvalho, MPH, Lily Liang, MPH, Sarah Krasny, BA BS

Download CPCRN APHA-FQHC Presentations

CPCRN / CDC Site Visit 9-24-13

CPCRN Investigators visited CDC to present the work of the network and its workgroups.

CPCRN Overview and Recent Accomplishments Presentation

National Cancer Institute, July 27, 2011Presenter: Kurt M. Ribisl, PhD

Download CPCRN Overview for NCI 7-27-11

CPCRN CDC Presentations May 25, 2010

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

CPCRN CDC Site Visit Presentation

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta GA,

Presenters: Kurt M. Ribisl, PhD, Roshan Bastani, PhD, Glorian Sorenson, PhD, Karen Glanz, PhD, MPH, and Maria E. Fernandez, PhD This presentation was part of a “Reverse site visit” for investigators from the CPCRN to visit CDC and meet with with stakeholders there to discuss the […]

Download CPCRN CDC Site Visit 10-18-07

CPCRN Audience Response Session: Testing Evidence-Based Recommendations

CDC Cancer Conference, August 15, 2007 Presenters: Maria E. Fernandez, PhD, Patricia Dolan Mullen, DrPH, Michelle Kegler, DrPH & Matthew W. Kreuter, PhD, MPHThe session both informed attendees about resources available to them to learn about evidence-based approaches to cancer prevention and control (EBAs) and collected data to inform the CPCRN’s development a tool to help cancer prevention and control program planners identify, adapt, and implement EBAs in their communities. Attendees used audience response keypads to answer questions about their familiarity with and feelings about EBAs and the resources currently available to them for learning about how to adapt and implement EBAs in their areas.  The audience response data collected were displayed during the session and used to spur discussion of EBAs and resources to find, adapt, and implement them.