De-Implementation of Ineffective or Low-Value Clinical Practices Along the Cancer Care Continuum

Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Time: 2:30 – 3:30 pm EST

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The purpose of this Webinar is to inform potential applicants to the National Cancer Institute (NCI) notice of special interest (NOSI) in research on the de-implementation of ineffective or low-value clinical practices, programs, treatments, or interventions (“practices”) along the cancer care continuum from detection to end-of-life. De-implementation research is broadly defined as the scientific study of factors, processes, and strategies for reducing, replacing, or stopping the use of ineffective or low-value clinical practices in healthcare delivery settings. Studies supported by this NOSI should propose to use rigorous methods and study designs to better understand predictors, moderators, and mediators of de-implementation and/or test strategies to affect de-implementation processes and outcomes.

Intended Audience

Extramural investigators at junior, mid, and senior levels.


Erica S. Breslau

Erica S. Breslau, PhD, MPH
Program Director
Health Systems and Interventions Implementation Science Research Branch
Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences
Healthcare Delivery Research Program

Wynne E. Norton

Wynne E. Norton, PhD
Program Director
Implementation Science
Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences

This webinar will be archived on the HDRP Events webpage.

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