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30 May 2022
  • VCCC Alliance
  • Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Implementation Science in Cancer | Hybrid | 3.30-5.00pm

Implementation Science in Cancer

The VCCC Alliance and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre welcome members from across the alliance to launch the Implementation Science in Cancer program, through fundamental knowledge sharing, resource expectation discussions, and exploration of project ideas.

The event aims to share the Implementation Science in Cancer program’s overarching objectives, strategic alignment, and role of Associate Professor Stephanie Best, Senior Research Lead Implementation Science for both Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the VCCC Alliance.

The program will define implementation science and the underpinning theories, models, and frameworks to establish a shared understanding. Join to explore how implementation science works in practice through case study exemplars, discuss the role of Associate Professor Best and how expectations of incorporating implementation science in research projects may be managed and met.

Hosted by Professor Karin Thursky, Associate Director, Department of Health Services Research and Implementation Science, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

Presentations and discussion:

Professor Jill Francis
Research Lead, Implementation Science in Cancer, Department of Health Services Research
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

Dr Mark Buzza
Head of Research, VCCC Alliance

Associate Professor Stephanie Best
Senior Research Lead Implementation Science, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the VCCC Alliance

Monday 30 May
3.30-5.00pm

For further information on the program, please contact Dr Simonne Neil, Senior Manager Research Implementation, VCCC Alliance simonne.neil@unimelb.edu.au 

 

Due to limited capacity limits this event will be hybrid. Please book in-person tickets early to avoid disappointment. The virtual component will be hosted via Zoom. Zoom is accessible on your computer, tablet or phone via the Zoom app. If you have any issues with this platform on your device, please visit the Zoom support site. Alternatively please contact your IT administrator.

 

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