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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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October 2016: Fireside Chat on the Development of Implementation Science & Future Directions

October 2016
Features: Dr. David Chambers; Dr. Russell Glasgow

October 2016: Fireside Chat on the Development of Implementation Science & Future Directions

On Wednesday, October 26, 2016 from 3:00-4:00pm ET, Dr. David Chambers will host a fireside chat with the two former Deputy Directors for Implementation Science, Dr. Russell Glasgow and Dr. Jon Kerner. Topics for discussion include a key history of dissemination and implementation at the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, and the field more broadly, as well as future directions, key research needs, and other priority areas. This will mark a new suite of Advanced Topics in Implementation Science webinars as we invite friends and colleagues to join us for informal conversations around relevant D&I topics.

The session will include approximately 45 minutes of discussion from our speakers and 15 minutes for engaged discussion and Q&A with the audience.

Archived Webinars

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

May 2013
Features: ; Dr. Bonnie Duran; Dr. Nina Wallerstein; Dr. Russell Glasgow

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

November 2013
Features: ; Dr. Borsika Rabin; Dr. Chris R. Carpenter; Dr. Ross C. Brownson

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

March 2014
Features: ; Dr. Brian Mittman; Dr. Hendricks Brown; Dr. Lori Ducharme

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

April 2014
Features: ; Dr. Christine M. Hunter; Dr. Robin McKinnon

January 2015: Applying Models and Frameworks to D&I Research: An Overview & Analysis

January 2015
Features: ; Dr. Rachel Tabak; Dr. Ted Skolarus

December 2015: Mixed Methods in Implementation Science

December 2015
Features: ; Dr. Larry Palinkas

February 2016: CBPR and Community Engaged Research: Facilitating Implementation Science Outcomes

February 2016
Features: ; Dr. Bonnie Duran; Dr. Nina Wallerstein