To support the ongoing efforts of the Consortium for Cancer Implementation Science, a collection of public goods (widely available tools and resources) has been developed by the CCIS action groups to address key challenges and advance the implementation science agenda in cancer.
Community Participation in Implementation Science
Members of the Community Participation action group have developed a resource document (PDF, 599 KB) for stakeholder and community engagement in implementation science.
Context and Equity in Implementation Science
The Context and Equity action group held a series of Implementation Science webinars between May 2020 and September 2021:
- Implementation Science: Context & Equity in Cancer Research
- Framing Priorities for Advancing Health Equity Through Implementation Science
- Opportunities for Examination of Structural Racism and other Social Determinants of Health to Advance Health Equity through Implementation Science
- Joining Forces: Engagement Science and Implementation Science to Advance Health Equity
The Columbia Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Implementation Science Initiative developed Readings/Resources/Curricula on Anti-Racism & Health Equity (PDF, 302 KB).
Members of the action group have also published a number of relevant articles related to context and equity:
- Yousefi Nooraie R, Kwan BM, Cohn E, et al. Advancing health equity through CTSA programs: Opportunities for interaction between health equity, dissemination and implementation, and translational science. J Clin Transl Sci. 2020;4(3):168-175. Published 2020 Jan 28. doi:10.1017/cts.2020.10
- Shelton RC, Adsul P, Oh A. Recommendations for Addressing Structural Racism in Implementation Science: A Call to the Field. Ethn Dis. 2021;31(Suppl 1):357-364. Published 2021 May 20. doi:10.18865/ed.31.S1.357
Economics and Cost in Implementation Science
Members of the 2019 Economics & Cost action group have been working on a series of papers. The first article, Translating economic evaluations into financing strategies for implementing evidence-based practices was published earlier this year.
A second article, Implementation science issues in understanding, collecting, and using cost estimates: a multi-stakeholder perspective, was published in August 2021.
A third article, Moving beyond Aim Three: a need for a transdisciplinary approach to build capacity for economic evaluations in implementation science, was published in December 2021.
The full collection of articles is available on the economic evaluation in implementation science website.
Policy and Implementation Science
The Policy action group held a series of Implementation Science webinars between October 2020 and February 2021.
- Policy Implementation Science: A Critical Component of Evidence Translation webinar
- Improving the Use of Scientific Evidence in Policy Formulation webinar
- Adoption of Evidence-Based Policy in Governmental and Non-Governmental Sectors webinar
- Strategies for Integrating Evidence into Policy Implementation webinar
- Reflection on Policy Implementation Science: Growing the Field webinar
The Policy action group also published a commentary in Ethnicity & Disease: Policy Implementation Science - An Unexplored Strategy to Address Social Determinants of Health
Cycle 1 Funding – Awardees and Projects
(Anticipated Completion - September 2022)
- Cici Bauer: Developing Geospatial Data Visualizations for Cancer Screening Inequality and Contextual Factors
- Tara Friebel-Klingner and Gloria Guevara: Scoping Review that Identifies Strategies for Scaling Up EBIs for the Early Detection and Prevention of Cancer
- Jessica Austin: Tools to Advance Implementation of Multilevel Interventions
- Erin Kenzie: Interactive Web Based Instruction Tool Orienting IS Scientists to Key Concepts
- Jamie Chriqui: Series of Case Studies of Real-World Examples of Policy-Specific IS Research Conducted at NIH
- Cory Bradley: Podcast Series (10 episodes)
Additional, publicly available resources from members of the Implementation in Global Health, Implementation of Multilevel Interventions, Implementation Science Study Design, Learning Healthcare Systems as Natural Laboratories, and Technology and Health Communication in Implementation Science action groups will be made available as developed.
If you are interested in joining a CCIS action group, a Slack workspace has been established to allow for communication, resource sharing, and collaboration to help advance the development of public goods.